It's 54 degrees in Greenleaf today. Here's the news—
Bill McKibben, New Yorker (Tweet)
In a few days, Hurricane Eta cost Honduras the equivalent of around twenty per cent of its G.D.P.—as Iota crashes into the same terrain, its residents are suffering an impossible fate.
Veronica Penney, New York Times (Tweet)
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan said the state would shut down a line between her state and Ontario that has been operating since the 1950s.
Joanne Lu, NPR (Tweet)
With surgical care on the rise globally, researchers worry the energy-consuming procedures will have a negative impact on the climate. But they say there are ways to make them more energy-efficient.
Lili Pike, Vox (Tweet)
A new study shows that moving to a plant-based diet is critical, but governments have been slow to act.
Anna-Catherine Brigida, Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post (Tweet)
The strongest Atlantic storm observed this late in the year is the second major hurricane to hit the Central American nation in less than two weeks.