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Artist Hannah Rothstein imagines a bleak future for America's National Parks in a series of WPA style posters. Set in 2050, these parks will all be ravaged by the effects of climate change. This, of course, assumes they make it that long. We can imagine a future in which the public donates its parks to the Trump family. Their forests will be clear cut for golf courses, luxury hotels and handbag shops.
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