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Ready for Ragweed Allergy Season? These 8 Tips Can Help Fight Pollen Allergy
Each ragweed plant makes about a billion pollen grains per season—and with the help of the wind, those grains can travel up to 400 miles ... believe that climate changes associated with global warming may be lengthening the annual ragweed allergy.

Ten Things to Do This Week in Chicago -
6 Natya Dance Theatre. Dance: Chicago's premier Indian dance company performs two works by Mallika and Revanta Sarabhai, which probe contemporary political themes such as global warming and sexuality within the strictures of the ancient dance form.

Study finds climate change damages US economy, increases inequality - UChicago News
Study: Climate change will perpetuate US inequality Humanosphere.

How to Spend a Night in Chicago - VICE
Chicago is famous for gangsters, having a bunch of red meat, and wind, but there is actually more to it than that! It's got a fantastic nightlife scene, especially if you know where to look, and nobody in Chicago minds leaving their lights on a little.

Climate Change Could Make Illinois Dangerously Hot -
“The typical summer day in New Orleans is much more hot and humid than the typical summer day in Chicago , but the historical extreme has been that really awful heat wave [in the Midwest in 1995] in which hundreds of people died,” says Robert Kopp, a.

The Relationship Between Hurricanes and Climate Change - New York Times
Looking back through the history of storms, “the trend signal has not yet had time to rise above the background variability of natural processes,” the report states. Temperatures have been rising, and theory and computer modeling suggest an increase in.

How climate skeptics are trying to influence 200000 science teachers - Christian Science Monitor
Full Committee Hearing- Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications, and the Scientific Method | Committee on ... Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.

The Climate Change Skeptic Leading Trump's “War on the EPA” - Vanity Fair
EPA Administrator Pruitt tells coal miners he will repeal power plan rule Tuesday: 'The war on coal is over.' SFGate.

Beyond Machu Picchu: Exploring the skeletons of Peru's Sacred Valley - Chicago Tribune
quot;With global warming , many glaciers in the Sacred Valley are melting," said guide Abel Santander, an indigenous Quechua who described paying homage to Pachamama, or Mother Earth, with sacrifices of coca leaves. "We feel bad, like a member of our family.

Sustainable Travel Can Be Budget-Friendly - New York Times
The term sustainable travel has been inextricably tied to opulent eco- travel . Fueled by a desire for guiltless extravagance and increasing attention paid to climate change , sustainability became a misused, industrywide buzzword associated with far.

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