What Cherry Blossoms Can Teach Us About Climate Change

Japan's beloved cherry blossoms reached peak bloom on March 26 this year, the earliest on record in 1,200 years. Likewise, peak bloom in Washington, D.C. continues to inch earlier in the year, corresponding with rising temperatures in the region. Read on to learn more about these stunning, temperature-sensitive trees and what they can tell us about the climate crisis.

What Cherry Blossoms Can Teach Us About Climate Change

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