Rising temps are harming trees; Instagram faces backlash for trying to be like TikTok : Here & Now Tree and climate expert Daniel Griffin joins us to talk about how rising temperatures make the current drought in the southwest particularly harmful to trees. And, Instagram is facing backlash from creators for trying to be like TikTok with new app changes. New York Times technology reporting fellow Kalley Huang joins us.

Rising temps are harming trees; Instagram faces backlash for trying to be like TikTok

Rising temps are harming trees; Instagram faces backlash for trying to be like TikTok

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Tree and climate expert Daniel Griffin joins us to talk about how rising temperatures make the current drought in the southwest particularly harmful to trees.

And, Instagram is facing backlash from creators for trying to be like TikTok with new app changes. New York Times technology reporting fellow Kalley Huang joins us.

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