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As the Great Salt Lake Dries Up, Utah Faces An ‘Environmental Nuclear Bomb’
Climate change and rapid population growth are shrinking the lake, creating a bowl of toxic dust that could poison the air around Salt Lake City.
California Wildfire Scorches Nearly 1,000 Acres and Prompts Evacuations
The Sheep Fire northwest of San Bernardino, Calif., is one of more than 30 wildfires that have burned about one million acres across five states.
Climate change is making life even harder for residents of South Asia, as weather extremes increasingly become the norm, exacerbating poverty, food insecurity and health challenges.
Opinion | Helping Very Hungry Caterpillars Become Butterflies — It’s Complicated
This is the trouble with trying to help a natural world in so much peril. It’s never entirely clear when it’s right to intervene and when it’s wrong.