Cohen: The ‘Dustbowl’ of the 1930s holds lessons as climate worsens

 The thing to know — the big lesson — is that this infamous disaster was our fault. It didn’t just happen. Humans made it happen. PORTLAND, Maine — This summer, Canada’s greatest export to the United States isn’t lumber, wheat or steel. It isn’t plastics or petroleum, automobiles or aluminum. It’s smoke – oceans of smoke, clouds of smoke, pillars of smoke – descending on major cities. Read More 

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