Times Closes Environment Desk on Same Day ‘Extreme Weather’ Hits Front Page

Atlantic Wire: Talk about mixed signals. On the very morning The New York Times signaled its plans to reassign its nine environment desk journalists to other sections, the paper ran a chilling photo of "extreme weather" above the fold on A1. No one got fired, but Times managing editor Dean Baquet tells InsideClimate New's Katherine Bagley that the dedicated environment desk will fold over the next few weeks. "We have not lost any desire for environmental coverage," Baquet assures, saying that environment stories......

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