Nathaniel Rich

New York Times Magazine

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Writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine.


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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has admitted that climate change is a factor in this year’s massive wildfires. But President Trump continues pushing a disinformation campaign.

Can President Trump’s Climate Change Denial Survive Massive Wildfires?

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has admitted that climate change is a factor in this year’s massive wildfires. But President Trump continues pushing a disinformation campaign.

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Scientists, politicians, teachers, and even kids knew more than 50 years ago that carbon emissions were changing the planet.

How we missed the chance to address climate change

Scientists, politicians, teachers, and even kids knew more than 50 years ago that carbon emissions were changing the planet.

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