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How Green Roofs can Help Improve our World by City Tech Leonardo Perez

The idea of green roofs is to grow a variety of vegetation on rooftops to help the environment and our wallets. Having vegetation on rooftops is a big plus in cities like New York. Since NYC is an ever growing city that means more buildings are being constructed resulting in less space for vegetation growth

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Sea Level Rise & Encroaching Saltwater by City-Tech Isaac Montiel

Climate change has many corollaries and one of them is a steady increase in the sea levels. The increase in the sea levels is pushing saltwater into U.S wetlands, causing devastating effects on coastal forests from Florida to as far north as New Jersey. In the article “Ghost Forests: How Rising Seas Are Killing Southern U.S.

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Bees, Food and Climate Change by City Tech Theo (the blogger) Pierre

Okay. Let me start by saying that I honestly never really liked bees (fear of being stung, not knowing if allergic), but I always knew they played an important role in the ecosystem, but the details of that role was always unknown to me, until I read this article. We rely on bees to pollinate

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Climate Change Evolution by City Tech Nigel Franklyn

It is evident that global warming is happening, even though some people still have their doubts. Everyday more hard hitting evidence is being published, one such case is the effect of global warming on animals. Animals are either migrating to higher elevations to escape the rising, adapting or genetically evolving to cope with climate change. 

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Role of Light Rail Project for Climate Change by City Tech Dinesh Adhikari

Light Rail Project, the proposed ground-level rail system that would run along the East River waterfront in Brooklyn and Queens, aims to propel and expand the city’s mass transit system for the future. The light rail project will cover 17 miles in neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens. It will provide affordable and convenient transit for

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