Syrup Is as Canadian as a Maple Leaf. That Could Change With the Climate.

A growing body of research suggests that warming temperatures linked to climate change may significantly shrink the range where it’s possible to make maple syrup.

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This season’s maple syrup being bottled at Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugarbush in Pakenham, Ontario. Photos: Christinne Muschi for The New York Times

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