By Dan Shapley
As the climate warms, glaciers and snowpack on some of the mountainous West's iconic national parks is disappearing. And with the snow-capped mountains goes a piece of the national psyche, enshrined since at least the age of photography in the work of image makers like Ansel Adams. Those photos could soon be all that's left of some distinctive American landscapes. The time to see them in person could be running very short, according to a story in the June 10 Chicago Tribune. What can you do to help? The Daily Green publishes daily tips on living a little bit greener.