Climate Change Nebraska

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Heat that comes with the summer sun drenches a group of curious calves near Burwell, Neb. Photo by Carlee Koehler

Rising Temperatures Threaten Nebraska’s $14 Billion Cattle Industry Scientists seek to develop new uses for heat-trapping methane gas By: Nora Lucas Heat that comes with the summer sun drenches a group of curious calves near Burwell, Neb. Photo by Carlee Koehler Cattle, like people, don’t do well in hot, humid weather. Unlike humans, they don’t

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Aerial drone image of the Platte River during the historic 2012 drought, the worst since the 1930s Dust Bowl. Photo by Ben Kreimer Scientists Say: Climate Change Is Here and Nebraska’s Not Immune Impacts of warming climate felt from Nairobi to North Platte By: Lindsay Johnson Eight-story-tall chunks of ice groan and grumble, plunging thunderously