Paul Smith’s climate researchers forecast decline of outdoors culture, species disruption By Zachary Matson A new paper from Paul Smith’s College researchers raises the specter of an Adirondack Park without the winter weather that has long … [Read more...] about Study: Shorter Adirondack winters coming
Legislation to preserve land and water passed in May to quell “climate crises” By Gwendolyn Craig In a sea of Climate Week announcements from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration, legislation encouraging state protection of 30% of its lands and … [Read more...] about Where’s the 30-by-30 bill?
Meet one of the scientists monitoring air quality By Megan Plete Postol The New York State Department of Conservation’s Division of Air Resources operates a robust statewide program that measures and monitors levels of outdoor air pollution and … [Read more...] about Ask A Scientist: DEC Air Pollution Meteorologist Bob Gaza
New York leads the country with ambitious climate goals – acting on those depends partly on local volunteer task forces By Cayte Bosler In 2019, a dark and stormy Halloween pelted record-shattering rains across Upstate New York. … [Read more...] about Communities getting ‘smart’ on climate change
New exhibit offers hope in a changing world By Chloe Bennett This summer is set to be the hottest on record in the Adirondacks as the effects of climate change escalate locally and globally. The warming temperatures touch all corners of the … [Read more...] about Wild Center highlights Adirondackers working to curb climate change
In this Adirondack reality, you virtually can By Cayte Bosler On a summer day, in the upland woods of New York's Adirondack region, black-capped chickadees dart into the morning air, carrying critters in their little beaks, … [Read more...] about What if you could gaze into the future of climate change?