Grand Canyon threatened despite win against developers, conservationists say

Guardian: Plans for a huge commercial development that would transform a tiny town near the edge of the Grand Canyon have been thrown out by federal officials in a surprise victory for conservation and indigenous interests – but campaigners warn that the world famous natural wonder remains in peril. Tusayan, in northern Arizona, has a few low-key hotels and a population of just 560. A mile from the entrance to Grand Canyon national park, it is the last settlement tourists pass through, if they even notice......

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