Monday, July 29, 2013


How hot is too hot for tourists?
While heat does have an impact on tourism, cold weather and rain can be stronger deterrents for visitors of outdoor attractions, experts say.
Hamilton engineer helps design frost stopper |
"It's the biggest unmanageable risk in horticulture," Phillips said.
Climate study predicts a watery future for New York, Boston and Miami | Environment |
Those 1,700 towns are locked into a watery future by greenhouse gas emissions already built up in the atmosphere, the analysis published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday found. For nearly 80 of those cities, the watery future would come much sooner, within the next decade.

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