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Historic Heat Pushes California to the Brink

A worker with the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission’s mobile outreach unit handed out water in Indio on Tuesday.Credit...Rachel Bujalski for…

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How to Run in Extreme Heat? Ask a ‘Son of the Desert’

Last weekend, I made a classic summer running mistake. I hit the snooze button. I really wanted just one more…

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A Hot, Dry Britain Is Set to Declare a Drought

LONDON — The British government was expected to declare a drought for parts of England on Friday as the country…

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Wildfires Rip Through France, Again, Weeks After Last Heat Wave

PARIS — France is burning. Throughout the country, and for the second time in less than a month, dozens of…

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Britain Braces for Another Round of Scorching Temperatures

LONDON — Weeks after recording its highest-ever temperature, Britain was preparing for another unsettling stretch of hot weather, as officials…

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Slow-Cooked Lamb That Can Stand the Heat

Speaking of summer weather, or weren’t we? I pronounce it “exceedingly hot and humid.” While that’s not true of everywhere,…

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Not Enough Cooling Centers in New York City’s Hottest Areas, Study Finds

On days when heat and humidity in New York reach levels dangerous enough to trigger a heat advisory — as…

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Is Cricket Sustainable Amid Climate Change?

The joke is that if you want it to rain during this wetter-than-usual summer in the Caribbean, just start a…

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Stockholm Instead of Rome? October Instead of July? How Heat Waves Are Changing Tourism in Europe

It was the middle of July, peak summer travel season, and the news from Europe wasn’t looking good: A heat-induced…

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It’s Been a ‘Summer of Disasters,’ and It’s Only Half Over

“We’re naming summer ‘Danger Season’ in the U.S.,” wrote Kristy Dahl, the principal climate scientist for the Union of Concerned…

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