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America’s Most Extreme Weather Cities 2020 | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com – The Weather Channel

America’s Most Extreme Weather Cities 2020 | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather Channel

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Would you live here? These U.S. cities have particularly wild, extreme weather. – Washington Post

Would you live here? These U.S. cities have particularly wild, extreme weather.  Washington Post

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Uber Adds To Pollution & Traffic In European Cities

https://www.transportenvironment.org/press/uber-adds-pollution-and-traffic-european-cities-tooIn terms of health, I believe pedestrian life, and more abundant, affordable electric mass transit is best. Yet, due to lack of good transit, inconvenience, work, and a litany of other issues, too many of us depend on car travel

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As climate changes, more U.S. cities must brace for high heat, bitter cold and worse – CBS News

As climate changes, more U.S. cities must brace for high heat, bitter cold and worse  CBS News

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Can Cities Grant Nature the Right to Exist, and Thrive?

The ordinance was meant to stop local energy company PGE from dumping fracking waste in the community. Chad Nicholson, Pennsylvania community organizer for CELDF, says Grant is on the frontlines of …

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Solar Power Doubles In Most American Cities In Last 6 Years

According to a new report from the Environment America Research & Policy Center, solar power capacity doubled in most American cities in the last six years. Bret Fanshaw, the Director of the Go Solar campaign at Environment America, answered some questions about the growth for CleanTechnica

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IKEA Plans Emissions-Free Deliveries In 5 Cities

IKEA is well-known for using solar power at some of its stores, and for offering solar panels for sale within some of them as well. The company just added a new green wrinkle — emissions-free delivery in 5 cities by

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The US Is Ready For 100% Clean Energy — 10 Cities Model How To Get There

100% clean energyLocal leadership is having a global impact on the fight to stop climate change and transition to 100 percent clean and renewable energy

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Temperature Rise Over 2° Celsius (3.6° Fahrenheit) Possible In 13 Global Cities In 2020s, Study Finds

Over just the next decade or so, 13 large global cities are facing temperature rises that could exceed 2° degrees Celsius (3.6° Fahrenheit), according to a new report from the Urban Climate Change Research Network at Columbia University.

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