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Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

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Heat Waves Sweep the Northeast Over Sweltering Weekend

Scorching temperatures swept the Northeast on Sunday in the region’s first prolonged heat wave of the summer, with a record-breaking five straight days of triple-digit temperatures in Newark and blistering heat in Boston; Providence, R.I.; and Manchester, N.H. Other parts…

Why New York Is Unearthing a Brook It Buried a Century Ago

Restored waterways serve as a kind of “natural infrastructure” in cities, Ms. Hoffner said, bringing benefits such as reducing sewer overflows, saving energy and money at wastewater plants that unnecessarily treat clean water, creating more green space and improving quality…

What New Yorkers Need to Know About Tornadoes

Officials in Alabama, Texas and Oklahoma — states where tornadoes are more common — said that drills in which students walk to an enclosed area, away from windows, helped ensure that warnings were taken seriously even outside school. Experts said…

New York City Needs Green Solutions to Flooding

The Lenape people who once inhabited the hills and valleys that we now call New York City knew better than to dig caves in stream beds. They noticed how salt marshes and barrier beaches worked together to protect the coastline…

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