Why you, and your wallet, must get used to heatwaves

Posted on AllSides June 15th, 2022
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Of course summer is “hot” at times for much of the U.S. But a steady tick higher in average temperatures over recent decades will push Americans to rethink how to keep summer heat tolerable, fun and above all, safe.

Humans, with our driving, flying, cooking and more, have increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the air by 40% since the late 1700s. Other heat-trapping greenhouse gases, including the methane emitted from agriculture or natural gas extraction, are also adding to pollution, though efforts to curb these emissions are underway....

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