With Temperatures Rising, How Do Humans Cope? As the earth's climate heats up, the challenges for humans mount.

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The Arid West Moves East, With Big Implications For Agriculture

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A Few More Bad Apples: As The Climate Changes, Fruit Growing Does, Too

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Why A Drop Of 4 Degrees Made A Big Difference For A Garment Maker's Bottom Line

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Spring Is Springing Sooner, Throwing Nature's Rhythms Out Of Whack

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The way cows digest food takes a lot of energy and generates a lot of heat. This makes them lose their appetite and produce less milk. Mose Buchele/KUT hide caption

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As Milk Production Cools In Summer, Farmers Try To Help Cows Take The Heat

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Heat Making You Lethargic? Research Shows It Can Slow Your Brain, Too

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Phoenix Tries To Reverse Its 'Silent Storm' Of Heat Deaths

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