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Droughts and global warming

By Kelly Smith: (Source: Pexels) The connection between droughts and global warming continues to be hotly debated. But still, the effects of extreme hot weather in many places around the world are uncontestable facts.   (Source: Pexels) Droughts and global warming Drought, as defined by the National Centers for Environmental Information, …

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Giant Sequoias Are No Doubt Feeling the Drought

By Amanda Wilkes: In its size and stature, the California state tree undoubtedly trumps most others. The ancient Giant Sequoia can grow to be over 30 stories high, with a 30-foot diameter. They have been thriving in many areas for over 3,000 years! Unfortunately, even with all their strength and …

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How To Conserve Water

By Fredrica Syren: Along with other signs of global warming — rising temperatures and years of drought — there is now limited water left left in California. As of April 1st, due to this severe water shortage, there is a mandatory water restriction. Unfortunately, California is not alone with this …

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