Record-breaking temperatures
Hot Times, Cold Comfort
It might be frigid and snowy where you live right now, but globally, we could be living through the hottest year since record-keeping began. May, June, August, September, and October all notched new heat records. In fact, it’s been 98 years since the earth experienced record cold. Sense a trend? Read More

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