Lisa Friedman“They are trying to make the data dance the way this administration wants it to dance,” said John M. DeCicco, an expert on transportation policy at U Michigan. But, he added, “the data and the models don’t lie.”
This @CoralMDavenport story is so good.
Lisa FriedmanI told you @coraldavenport is the queen of scoops right? Here she is again with jaw dropping details the Trump’s administration’s mess of a climate change rollback. He wants to claim that less fuel-efficient cars are safer. One problem. “Mathematics.”
The two sprawling metro areas — one rich, one poor — offer a vision of what could be a watery future for 600 million coastal residents worldwide.
Lisa FriedmanGorgeous, devastating reporting & photography from @SominiSengupta & @nytchangster:
"How you face the rising sea depends mostly on the accident of your birth: Whether you were born rich or poor, in a wealthy country or a struggling one."
Lisa FriedmanThis time @SominiSengupta takes us to Manila and to San Francisco to show how the accident of birth into a poor or rich country makes all the difference in dealing with sea level rise. I could look at these @nytchangster photos forever.
Lisa FriedmanOh yeah. We also sent reporters to Egypt and Ethiopia to tell the story of the complicated dispute over access to the Nile’s resources in an era of climate change. If you guessed @sominisengupta, you’d be right. With @declanwalsh
Climate change could increase the risk of extinction for the bees, which are already threatened by pesticides and habitat loss.
Lisa Friedman@SominiSengupta .@KendraWrites and @PopovichN took a study on climate change threatening bees and turned it into a visually stunning story that helped walk readers through the way scientists conducted their research. When you play the game of cones…
Newly released emails show top officials at NOAA told its own scientists it did “not approve or support” a controversial agency statement after the president falsely insisted that Alabama was at risk from Hurricane Dorian.
Lisa FriedmanA top NOAA official admits agency leadership “did not approve or support” an unsigned NOAA statement rebuking forecasters for contradicting Trump on Hurricane Dorian.
Kryptos has been in a courtyard at C.I.A. headquarters for almost 30 years. Three of its four passages have been decoded. Will one more clue unlock the last?
Lisa FriedmanLove this @jswatz @13pt story! Kryptos creator offers a new clue to the CIA sculpture people have been trying to solve for 30 years. Says if the code isn't broken when he dies, the secret will be put up for auction - w/ the $$ going to climate change.