Tree Deaths Linked to Climate Change

Voice of America: Hot and dry conditions triggered by climate change are killing the world's trees, according to a new report which examines dozens of scientific articles on the subject. Stanford University graduate student William Anderegg has seen this forest die-off firsthand. His doctoral thesis documents the impact of drought on trembling aspen, the most common tree in North America. "These are complete hillsides of trembling aspens that are dying off," Anderegg says. "And when the main tree in a forest......

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