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OUTDOORS For the Capital City Weekly Painting the breeze one dozen at a time, monarch butterflies once fluttered across the meadow of James Hansen's Pennsylvania farm. Now, the climate activist and his wife are lucky to see one. Monarchs are threatened by lack of the only food - milkweed - they eat as caterpillars. Herbicides, land clearing and other people-related activities may be dooming the monarchs.

Climate researcher: There's still time, but not much

Climate scientist James Hansen speaking at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco in December 2013.
Courtesy Of Ned Rozell
Climate scientist James Hansen speaking at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco in December 2013.
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