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A guide to what the Times’s bold, flawed climate story left out

By Ron Meador Photo by NASA
In case you’ve been avoiding climate news lately, and who could blame you, the New York Times had a pretty big story in its Sunday magazine this week: “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped…
08/10/19
                                                               

A guide to what the Times’s bold, flawed climate story left out

By Eillie Anzillotti Photo by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
The New York Times Magazine devoted 30,000 words to why there’s been so little progress on climate change. Many environmental writers saw something was missing: blame.
08/06/18
                                                               
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No, we didn’t almost s­olve the climate crisis in the 1980s

By Matto Mildenberger and Leah Stokes Photo by Astrid Riecken/Getty Images
This Sunday, millions of readers opened their New York Times Magazines to find an entire issue devoted to a single story: climate change. Over 30,000 words, the articlespins a tale spanning the 1980s. The author,…
08/06/18
                                                               

“Losing Earth” lost sight of some climate change villains, but not the scope of the problem

By John Mecklin
If inspiring responses from prominent journalists is a measure of success—and it can be, in some circumstances—the New York Times Magazine’s issue-length retrospective, “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change,” is, to borrow…
08/06/18
                                                               

‘Losing Earth’ Sparks Broad Debate—on Climate Change, Blame, and Gender

By Rebecca Kaplan Photo by George Steinmetz
Comments and responses to “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change” have been pouring in online. Many readers offered their appreciation, reflections, and assessments of Nathaniel Rich’s work in the comment section of…
08/03/18
                                                               

Scientists aren’t impressed with New York Times’ new story on climate change

By JOE ROMM Cartoon by BY TOM TOLES AND MICHAEL MANN
The New York Times Magazine is hyping a massive new story claiming that the period from 1979 to 1989 was “The decade we almost stopped climate change.” But the just-released, roughly 30,000 word article by Nathaniel Rich…
08/01/18