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NYT Climate 18h
Green burials offer a lower cost, fewer chemicals, and a quicker route to being reborn — in one sense, anyway.
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NYT Climate 19h
Underwater audio recordings rescued from Hurricane Harvey showed that the urge to spawn in these fish was more powerful than a category 4 storm.
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NYT Climate 19h
How climate change is altering an American treasure: More warming may mean less Yellowstone
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NYT Climate 20h
“Snowpack has fallen to its lowest level in 8 centuries.” How global warming is transforming Yellowstone National Park.
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NYT Climate 21h
More Americans are living in areas where housing butts up against nature. Wildfires pose the greatest risk in those zones.
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John Branch 22h
I know lots of folks will be interested to see this. And has done it again with the photos, videos and time lapses. Latest in series about the Earth's most-iconic landscapes in peril.
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Kendra "Gloom is My Beat" Pierre-Louis 21h
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NYT Climate 21h
Part of the answer to climate change could be America’s trees and dirt. The Week in Good News:
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NYT Climate 21h
More Americans are living in areas where housing butts up against nature. Wildfires pose the greatest risk in those zones.
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John Schwartz 22h
Look at these amazing pictures of Yellowstone. In a warming world, much of this will change.
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Jesse Pesta 22h
Say farewell to Yellowstone as we know it. “'By the time my daughter is an old woman, the climate will be as different for her as the last ice age seems to us,' Dr. Tercek said." By and
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Hannah Fairfield 22h
Wildly beautiful photos by are the spine of this climate + Yellowstone piece
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NYT Climate 23h
In Yellowstone National Park, warming has brought rapid changes. In a few decades, this iconic American landscape will not be the same.
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NYT Climate Nov 15
For Yellowstone, climate change likely means more fire, less forest and warmer rivers. Some animals might not be able to adapt.
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NYT Climate Nov 15
“Snowpack has fallen to its lowest level in 8 centuries.” How global warming is transforming Yellowstone National Park.
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NYT Climate Nov 15
Climate change and a national treasure in transformation: At the northeast entrance, about 60 fewer days fall below freezing than did 30 years ago.
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NYT Climate Nov 15
A mystery amid the charred ruins of Paradise. What started the fire that has killed at least 56?
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NYT Climate Nov 15
How climate change is altering an American treasure: More warming may mean less Yellowstone
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NYT Climate Nov 14
Why California is burning, how to do your dishes the best way for the planet (spoiler: it's the dishwasher), and reinventing air conditioning for a climate-challenged planet. All in your latest NYT Climate FWD: newsletter. Subscribe!
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NYT Climate Nov 14
It's your latest NYT Climate FWD: newsletter with updates on why California is burning, how to do your dishes in the most sustainable way (spoiler: it's the dishwasher), and reinventing air conditioning for a climate-challenged planet. Subscribe!
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