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Recent news about climate change and the environment has been gloomy.
Temperatures are soaring. Water is scarce. Carbon emissions are too high. And if things stay the same, they say the future is bleak.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Officials and planners in Las Vegas say they are working to reduce rising temperatures in a city where paved areas create a warmer environment than plant-covered or rural desert areas.
Climate change has been called the new normal. But residents in some parts of the Southwest say after living through the last two years, there’s nothing normal about it.
Beto O’Rourke’s run for the presidency had largely remained in the shadows of higher-polling candidates like Elizabeth W
Much has changed since 19th-century wit Oscar Wilde said conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative.
Climate change is having effects everywhere and it’s only going to get more pronounced.
Summers are getting hotter.
The road between Las Vegas and Reno goes through some of the nation’s most desolate country, but more motorists are getting a charge out of it.