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Climate resilience as a path to clean energy

The city of Boston plans to build a string of water-absorbent parks that would help mitigate the effects on rising seas on low-lying areas. Source: Noble Ingram/The Christian Science Monitor

A recent study found many birds in California build nests about a week earlier in the year than their species did nearly a century ago. Why? The earlier time is closer to the temperature for breeding by about 2 degrees F. than a few decades ago. Somehow each new generation of

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