The ongoing mortality of Alaska yellow-cedar, so clearly and tightly linked to climate warming, has been getting more press lately. Several places have picked up the story, and hopefully we can keep the conversation going. It's hard to argue that mortality so tied to the loss of snow isn't related to global warming, so it's a good conversation to have.
NY Times and elsewhere: http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2017/01/06/us/ap-us-climate-warming-yellow-cedar.html
Alaska Dispatch News: https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/environment/2016/11/26/new-mapping-shows-extent-of-yellow-cedar-die-off-analysis-forecasts-big-losses-in-the-future/
High Country News: http://www.hcn.org/articles/is-this-climate-change-battered-conifer-migrating-northward-1
Old growth, related management: http://biographic.com/posts/sto/old-growth-loggings-last-stand
Alaska Energy Desk interview airing Jan 17 (available online)
Northwest Native News interview airing Jan 17