Meter Reading: The Conservative Argument for Climate Change, Why Texas is Hot, Hot, Hot, and More
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Camel riders trek through the Chihahuan desert.
Few Bastrop Fire Victims Apply for Federal Housing Aid – “Friday is the deadline for Bastrop fire victims to apply for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Aid to fix or rebuild their homes. So far, only about 85 homeowners have applied — although some 2,100 homes were destroyed in the fire.” — KUT News
New Groups Make A Conservative Argument On Climate Change – “Two new groups aim to work from within, using conservative arguments to win over skeptics.” — NPR
Will 2012 end as a record-warm year for Texas and the contiguous US? – “Even with lower temperatures this summer (June through August), however, 2012 could conceivably end up as the state’s hottest year on record, or at least run a close second to the infamous 2011.” — Texas Climate News