Articles by Midwest Correspondent Diana Kruzman
Diana Kruzman is Grist’s Midwest Correspondent, writing from Columbus, Ohio. Her previous work as a freelancer has appeared in Undark, the New York Times, Vice, the Christian Science Monitor, and Religion News Service.
The use of decades-old rainfall estimates do not reflect current – let alone future – climate risk.
New research indicates that the forest is losing its ability to recover from deforestation, fire, and drought.
"Fighting around these sites risks generating extreme toxic pollution."
New UN report highlights how warming temperatures are upending nature's life cycles — with devastating impacts on agriculture and biodiversity.