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The media long ago learned that bad news is more profitable than good news. Murders, oil spills, and raging politicians rivet the public’s attention and helps sell more advertising space on screens and on paper.
It was a magical landscape on the Greenway Trail the morning of January 11, after the previous day’s rainy-icy weather enclosed branches, leaves, and seedheads in a thick casing of glittering ice.
The argument sometimes made against models of climate change is “if they cannot predict tomorrow’s weather, how can we trust their predictions years into the future?”
This post was written by Mary Parr, one of Hubbard Conservation Fellows. Mary is an excellent botanist and land steward and very interested in the field of ecological restoration.