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Is this summer’s intense heat caused by climate change?

AS MILLIONS OF PEOPLE RECOVER FROM SWELTERING heat waves across the U.S. Midwest and East Coast, and with Europe facing a fresh round of high temperatures, this July is predicted to be the globe’s hottest on record. That comes on the heels of

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