21 Jul '11, 12pm

As a River Warms, Hope Beckons: By removing dikes or highways that function as dikes, planners can make way for

Matthew Ryan Williams for The New York Times The boardwalk at low tide at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in Washington. In my article in Thursday’s Times about the future of the Nisqually watershed in Washington State, I mention efforts by conservation groups and land trusts across the country to buy up land parcels that are expected to turn into valuable ecological assets someday — marshes or swamplands, for example — as the sea rolls further inland because of global warming. However, conservation is not accomplished just by purchasing land. Take, for example, the hope for the eventual conversion of farmland behind the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Climate scientists suggest that the world’s oceans could rise as much as three feet over the next century as icebergs melt and the seas warm and expand in volume. The Pacific Northwest office of Ducks Unlimited, a...

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has a must-read piece on the Yellowstone River oil spill and the impact it has had on locals during the two weeks since th...

The Aftermath of the Yellowstone River Oil Spill

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