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Global Warming Related To Extreme Weather and Possible Solutions by City Tech Blogger Lok Ting Wong

Some people may ask, what is the relationship between extreme weather and global warming? I can affirm the two components are indeed related to each other. Many extreme weather events have taken place all around the world, and recent data has shown extreme is more frequent and severe than ever before. As we know, the

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The Instability of Global Warming by City Tech Blogger Huang Huang

The weather in the United States over the past few years has been considered unstable due to global warming. The summer months have continued into the winter months, snow has appeared during the spring season, and summer temperatures have gone over 100°F.  According to Laura Geggel from LiveScience.com the temperatures in San Francisco, California went up

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Seeing Climate Change in my Balkan Home by city Tech Blogger Marko Cibic

Even though I was born in the United States to acquire citizenship so I could travel the world freely, I still consider myself to be full Yugoslavian. Both sides of my family come from the Balkan region of the world, which include countries like Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina to be exact. As of late,

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Yes, There Are Melting Glaciers of Africa Too by ClimateYou Assistant Editor Idiatu Jalloh

When most people think about glaciers, they do not think about Africa. However, there are glaciers in Africa too. And these glaciers are all located in sub-Sahara Africa, up top three of Africa’s biggest and highest mountains: Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, and the Rwenzori Mountains. Although these glaciers have been there since ancient times, the

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IUCN Red List: Wild crops listed as threatened Essay by City Tech Blogger Frank Trapani

Wild crops are being threatened by intensive farming, deforestation and urbanization. Twenty different kinds of rice, wheat, and even yam plants have recently been  listed as threatened by the IUCN’s red list. IUCN is the International Union for Conservation of Nature that provides knowledge and tools to help us protect our environment. Commercial crops are

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