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When it Rains, it Pours by City Tech Blogger Dave

A study by researchers from MIT and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich shows that rainfall could increase by 3 to 15 percent for every degree Celsius the planet warms. If the average global temperatures rise by 4 degrees over the next hundred years because of increased carbon dioxide emissions, the U.S. and

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Judge Nixes Climate Change Defense

In October, 2016, a small group of climate-change activists entered a Kinder Morgan TransMountain oil sands pipeline facility near Anacortes, Washington and turned on the emergency shutoff valve. The group was led by of Ken Ward and Jay O’Hara, of Climate Direct Action, and are among several climate activists now facing severe felony charges for

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Spring Weather by Mariano Huaman- CITY-TECH BLOGGERS

This winter season, many people in New York City have been dealing with crazy weather. The enjoyment of balmy weather in the past week has led most to believe that winter was over. However, two days after the beginning of Spring, temperatures were predicted to decrease again into the 20s range Fahrenheit. Also, a snowstorm

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The Future & Sea Level Rise by CityTech Blogger Henry Ovalle

According to a recent report, sea level has increased 14 centimeters in the last century. That means, it has increased at a rate of 1.4 centimeters every year. But according to the report the ocean is currently rising at a rate of 3.4 centimeters per year. We all have to contribute to reduce the carbon

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The Positive Effects of Hurricanes by CityTech Blogger Matthew Williams

When a hurricane is approaching, most people are only worried about getting prepared for the storm itself. Not many people think about how hurricanes can positively impact the environment. Some of the positive effects include more rainfall, seed dispersal, and habitat modification.  The heavy rainfall of a hurricane can be hazardous, but can also help

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