Europe’s Killer Heatwave Damages Forests

Anyone who spends time outdoors or is reasonably in touch with nature can tell you that climate is changing, and rapidly. The signs are all around us. In 2003 Europe experienced a heatwave that most blame upon climate change which killed 35,000 people and cost some

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  1. mattie says:

    Interesting and frightening. The drought in the midwest has been awful this year. The air quality in Chicago has been horrid. Even the hardiest of native plants have been wiltin g and dying around here. I wonder what the longer term effects of this summer will be, and whether we'll see more drought conditions next year.

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