Building a Green City

The population of a city is vaguely 100,000 to one million. Some have over ten million people. Some characteristics of a city are the communities people form, the traffic, housing, accessibility to services, transportation throughout the city, etc. Around 75% of Co2 emissions are caused by cities. With such a compact area creating large amounts of pollution it is intimidating

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What’s up with NC’s weather?

It’s no doubt that North Carolina’s “bipolar” weather, particularly in the Triangle, has intrigued its residents. Frosty snow will cover the roofs of houses one day; warm and sunny weather will prompt outdoor activities the next. The unusual patterns seem to have sparked a question across the state: what’s up with NC’s weather? Well the answer to our puzzling forecast

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National Read Across America Day!

Yesterday was National Read Across America Day, also known as Dr. Seuss Day. The day is celebrated annually March 2nd, Dr. Seuss’s birthday, unless the day falls on a weekend, in which case it is held on the closest school day. This is because the event is a part of an initiative by the National Education Association to encourage childhood

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