joshhaner Not-so-French maid. Mexico City, D.F. #nytonassignment 4d
  •   jonathanlevinson Yo dude, come meet us for dinner. 4d
  •   sfunicorn I hear you went into Heath in Sausalito! You're moving back to SF? Let's get together!! Sarahkotcher@gmail 3d
  •   joshhaner @sfunicorn love that idea! June 1st I'm back to being a full time resident of the bay. Finally! Sorry to have missed you at Heath. Cleaned the place out! Excited to catch up. 2d

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joshhaner When you begin to wonder why the mattress is a bit lumpy. Yep, bags of rice. On assignment for @nytimes In Bolivia with @caseysalbum 3w

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joshhaner Evening walk in Bolivia. First time we've seen clouds in days. 3w

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joshhaner Isle de Jean Charles, LA. Just before sunset Amiya Brunet, 3, sat on the bridge in front of her home. Read our story about her community that is being relocated due to climate change in today's NYTimes. 3w

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joshhaner Walking through a market in El Alto, Bolivia, average elevation is 13,615 feet. A bit woozy but pretty sure these are dried llamas. 4w

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joshhaner Morning walk getting used to the 11,000+ foot altitude in La Paz with @caseysalbum 4w

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joshhaner Commuting between islets in the Marshall Islands. Our article with some new drone footage looks at how rising sea level is affecting the Pacific Islands. Up now on nytimes.com. 6mon

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joshhaner The Pacific Ocean pounds at the shore of Ejit islet, part of the Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands. With the climate talks happening in Paris, it's important to see just how vulnerable countries like the Marshall Islands are to sea level rise. Our story is on the nytimes.com homepage now. 6mon

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joshhaner 10,530 feet above sea level on the top of Greenland's ice sheet, Hannah James battles punishing conditions to collect snow samples. This remote outpost called Summit Station is an important player in global climate change research. Check out the article on nytimes.com: "Climate Research at the End of the World" 6mon

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joshhaner Flew a drone down a meltwater river on top of the Greenland Ice Sheet. This was around 9pm at night this summer during the season of the midnight sun. As a lover of nature, this was eye-opening. 7mon

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joshhaner Meltwater rivers crisscross Greenland's Ice Sheet. The first in a series of climate change articles I worked on with reporter Coral Davenport publishes today at 6am on nytimes.com. 7mon

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joshhaner Inside the locker room at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Bronc riders and bull riders let loose at the end of a grueling 10 days of competition. The story is up now at nytimes.com/sports 1y

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joshhaner Jesse Wright, the 2012 Saddle Bronc World Champion, brands a calf on his family's farm near the border of Zion National Park in Utah. Excited to share a project I just completed with the amazing writer @johnbranchnyt and @nytimessports -- A year in the life of rodeo and ranching titled "The Ride Of Their Lives" on nytimes.com now. 1y

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joshhaner Winter to summer with @emilyvanmeter 1y

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joshhaner Our last drink in Paris. 2y

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joshhaner No trail needed. 2y

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joshhaner Falling... 2y

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joshhaner The happiest of hours. 2y

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joshhaner Selfie with Sulzberger. 2y

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joshhaner Utah. Land of the free. 2y

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