John Schwartz Reporter
  • New York
  • The New York Times

John Schwartz is a science writer for The New York Times, focusing on climate change.

31 Articles
over 1 year ago
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Lake Powell and Lake Mead Water Levels Drop to Historic Lows

Water levels have plunged in Lake Powell and Lake Mead on the Colorado River. They’re part of a system that supplies ...

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over 1 year ago
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Across the Country in an Automobile Built for Two

A Times reporter leaving New Jersey for a new job in Texas asks his 2008 Smart car for one more easy-parking adventure.

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over 1 year ago
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Why Is the Sun Red? Wildfire Smoke Spreads to New York City

Why Is the Sun Red? Wildfire Smoke Spreads to New York City

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Why Is the Sun Red? Wildfire Smoke Spreads to New York City

Why Is the Sun Red? Wildfire Smoke Spreads to New York City

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over 1 year ago
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What We Know About the Climate Connection to the European Floods

The storm that brought flooding and devastation to parts of Europe is the latest example of an extreme weather event....

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Climate Change Is Making It Harder for Campers to Beat the Heat

Burn bans, flashlight campfires, extreme heat and stronger rainstorms: Today’s campers are experiencing their summer ...

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over 1 year ago
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Texas Power Grid, Strained Last Winter, Now Faces an Early Heat Wave

Regulators have asked residents to start conserving energy after demand hit a June record just one week into the month.

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over 1 year ago
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A Million Years of Data Confirms: Monsoons Are Likely to Get Worse

The annual summer monsoon in South Asia begins this month. A new study points to more destructive storms.

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over 1 year ago
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More Than a Third of Heat Deaths Are Tied to Climate Change, Study Says

Sweeping new research found that heat-related deaths in warm seasons were boosted by climate change by an average of ...

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over 1 year ago
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Scientists Predict an ‘Above Normal’ Atlantic Hurricane Season

The forecast, which follows a record season in 2020, arrives as hurricanes are becoming more destructive over time.

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over 1 year ago
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Blazes That Refuse to Die: ‘Zombie Fires’

With a changing climate, fires in far northern forests that smolder throughout winter and erupt again in spring could...

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over 1 year ago
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Supreme Court Gives Big Oil a Win in Climate Fight With Cities

But in the case, filed by the city of Baltimore, the high court gave the fossil fuel industry far less than it had as...

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