Global Warming Is Eliminating Joshua Trees From Joshua Tree National Park

As our polluted world warms, glaciers are disappearing from Glacier National Park. Now ecologists have found that “it has already gotten too warm and dry” for the unique Joshua Trees “to prosper at Joshua Tree National Park,” and expect that “there is likely going to be an 80 to 90 percent reduction of Joshua trees” in the “current range of southern Nevada, southwestern Utah, western Arizona, and southeastern California.”

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