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See Iceland’s disappearing rivers in Chris Burkard’s otherworldly photos

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Feature · artsThese otherworldly photographs warn of Iceland's disappearing riversChris Burkard's new book, "At Glacier's End," shows beautiful aerial photos of Iceland's waterways,...

Hurricanes Are Reshaping Evolution Across the Caribbean

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Two years ago, Colin Donihue, a biologist, released a sober scientific paper along with a series of endlessly GIF-able videos. They showed Caribbean...

Sue Kreitzman: 'My house is like entering another universe'

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American artist Sue Kreitzman believes there's a lurking, hidden danger surrounding all of us: beige. At 75, the London-based colorphile has fought a lifelong...

‘Quarantine Fatigue’ Has More People Going Outside

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For more than a month, governors in a vast majority of states have urged people to stay indoors and away from one another,...

Climate change: How rich people could help save the planet

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The more stuff you own, and the more you travel, the more fossils fuels are burned, and the more greenhouse gases are emitted into...

Live Coronavirus in the US Updates

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Governors move ahead with reopening, despite health worries.Governors across the country forged ahead Monday with plans to reopen their economies, even as the...

Rising seas are turning Miami’s high ground into hot property

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In Miami these days, it's all about elevation, elevation, elevation.While some scientific models predict enough polar ice melt to bring at least 10 feet...

World Coronavirus Coverage: Live Tracker

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Nigeria could ease lockdowns in Lagos and Abuja next week. Nigeria plans to ease its coronavirus-related lockdowns in two major cities on May...

Live Updates: Global Coronavirus Pandemic

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michael barbaroFrom The New York Times, I’m Michael Barbaro. This is “The Daily.”michael barbaroToday: For decades, the United States has feared the consequences...

US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here’s why it matters and...

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If we continue on this path, "cities will become warmer, more polluted and generally more unhealthy for inhabitants," said David Nowak, a senior US...