In the 19th century, we had national parks. The 21st century needs a new model for a global culture: a world park.
The world park is a continuous landscape of restored habitat with three major walking trails reaching from Patagonia to Alaska (link to pataska page), Namibia to Turkey (link to Turibia page), and Australia to Morocco (link to Ausroc page).
The World Park’s trails link together many of the world’s existing protected areas in biodiversity hotspots (regions where irreplaceable species are threatened with extinction). With campsites every 20 kilometers, the trails provide recreational access to these landscapes and also serve as catalysts for ecological restoration projects along the entire route.
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