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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Twin Cities Daily Planet
Community Voices | Twin Cities Climate Resiliency: a Lesson from Bamako, Mali
Malian woman watering lettuce in a cooperative urban farm located in the city of Bamako, Mali in 99 degree heat.
The Bradenton Times
Dear EarthTalk: How is it that global warming could cause an increase in health problems and disease epidemics? Do we have any evidence that it is already happening? -- Jim Merrill, Provo, UT Global warming isn't just bad for the environment.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Blacking out America would be a cinch, because there's not enough distributed solar
Crippling America's old-fashioned electrical grid for a long period of time would be disturbingly easy.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Break out the bike: weekend temperatures in the 80s in Sacramento
Two cyclists watch an egret in a slough beside the American River Parkway bike trail as they ride near the four-mile mark on June 17, 2013.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Heat Wave part VI
By the time the puff of smoke blew up into the sky, the shadow of the man in the tree had vanished as if he evaporated into the atmosphere.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Fayetteville Free Weekly
Global Warming and Our Health
Photo By U.S. Department of Agriculture The Union of Concerned Scientists reports that, thanks to global warming, insects previously stopped by cold winters are already moving to higher latitudes, a phenomenon that could expose an extra two billion people, mostly in developing countries, to the dengue virus over the next half century.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Wednesday's forecast: Wet, white and wild for East
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August Restaurant is More than a Summer Haven
Talking about winter as March pushes on is exhausting. The season has begun to overstay it's welcome and spring seems miles away.
Feeling like spring? Check out this photo flashback to the March 2012 heat wave
As we head into more forecast snow and cold this week in a winter that has brought record-setting numbers for both, it's hard to believe that this time of the year two years ago, cities across Michigan and Midwest were setting heat records.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Ice cream cones left on the freezer shelf as consumers choose tubs and luxury brands
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NEWBlog12 pros and cons of warm British weather
We've all seen it before, but it's been so unbearably long it's hardly surprising we'd forgotten the sun even existed, let alone shone over the UK.
Kansas City InfoZine
Is Global Warming Causing Health Problems?
There are several ways that it is expected to take a toll on human health. For starters, the extreme summer heat that is becoming more normal in a warming world can directly impact the health of billions of people.
Lake Michigan's ice cover sets record; flooding feared
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Dorset Echo: Spring Has Sprung: Visitors have fun in the sun on Werymouth Beach
While parts of the continent saw rain, thunder storms and more rain, the Jurassic Coast shone in a miniature spring heat wave.
My Submission to Elizabeth Warren for the Monday Night Climate All-Nighter
This is my submission to Elizabeth Warren on what the world will look like in 25 years if we don't start to fix climate change now.
Record-Breaking Temperatures Set Around Southland
The 2 p.m. temperature of 83 degrees at Los Angeles International Airport broke the old record of 82, according to the National Weather Service.
The Des Moines Register
Spring-like warm spell to swing through Des Moines
Ready to swing about 70 degrees in the other direction? A warm-up starting today with temperatures in the mid-50s will top out Monday, with the mercury expected to pass the 60-degree mark for the first time in the area since before Thanksgiving.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Growing expectations prone to good and bad news
Oh sure, there are some 40s in next week's forecast, but mostly it looks like the cold will be sticking around for at least another week or two.