The month's low was still a sweltering 89 degrees. The highest: 127.
It does not need to be like this.
Iranians are facing a heat index of 154 degrees Fahrenheit.
President Benigno Aquino said local officials had overstated the loss of life, which was closer to 2,000 or 2,500 than the
Hot enough for you? Arm yourself with the facts about climate change.
Of course, a multilateral agreement with a grand compromise between China and the United States at its heart will not be enough by itself to reverse the negative climate trends, but it is a necessary element in the broader solution.
Over the last two months, the price of corn has been climbing. On July 19, it exceeded $8 per bushel for the first time, taking the world into a new food price terrain.
While the overall news is good -- more Americans believe climate change is real -- the underlying factors for those that do not are really scary. If there is one argument we just can't win, it's an argument based on ideology. Or can we?
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