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How Climate Change Affects My Home by City Tech Blogger Eduardo Bravo

For the past 10 years I have experienced many natural disasters that have affected New York City. People are starting to take notice that the unusual weather patterns we are experiencing might be due to climate change, a hard reality to accept. In December 2015, I can remember the temperature being around 60°F during Christmas

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The New Normal: The Impact of Climate Change on Nor’easters by City Tech Blogger Kristy Kim

Climate change is likely a major factor in the frequency and severity of the nor’easters this year. The increasing temperature of the ocean may provide more energy and moisture content for nor’easters to potentially intensify the rain and snow fall that can precipitate on the East Coast. The significant impact of nor’easters on affected populations

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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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Coming Up: When is the Next Hurricane Coming to Your Home Town? by ClimateYou Editor Abby Luby

Predicting tomorrow’s extreme climate change weather is not just a hunch.  Tornadoes, hurricanes, heatwaves, torrential downpours, droughts – we’ve are seeing more and more of them. Knowing what locations have been hardest hit by climate change weather gives scientists necessary data to predict where the next severe weather will happen. This data is now available

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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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