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frolicingintheforest:

We camped on a little island in the middle of the creek, amazing. (:

frolicingintheforest:

We camped on a little island in the middle of the creek, amazing. (:

wcshelton:

popfreakinpunk:

was this movie even real

No, it was a collective nerd fever dream that all young geeks have when in need of something awesome
wcshelton:

popfreakinpunk:

was this movie even real

No, it was a collective nerd fever dream that all young geeks have when in need of something awesome

wcshelton:

popfreakinpunk:

was this movie even real

No, it was a collective nerd fever dream that all young geeks have when in need of something awesome

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centralparknyc:

A new report (detailed here) from Columbia University details how climate change may effect Central Park. The report says rising temperatures will be hard on our trees—especially the young and old—and on the organisms (both animal and vegetal) that live in our man made bodies of water, and it may make caring for our famous lawns ever more challenging.
But, there is an upside. Central Park is actually a useful tool in mitigating the effects of climate change. As long as we, the Central Park Conservancy, continue to support the Park’s biodiversity and keep our ecosystem healthy (a task we are deeply committed to), then the Park will continue to “increase its resilience to climate change, and make it a suitable habitat for more plants and animals.”
(via Studying climate change in Central Park | New York)

centralparknyc:

A new report (detailed here) from Columbia University details how climate change may effect Central Park. The report says rising temperatures will be hard on our trees—especially the young and old—and on the organisms (both animal and vegetal) that live in our man made bodies of water, and it may make caring for our famous lawns ever more challenging.

But, there is an upside. Central Park is actually a useful tool in mitigating the effects of climate change. As long as we, the Central Park Conservancy, continue to support the Park’s biodiversity and keep our ecosystem healthy (a task we are deeply committed to), then the Park will continue to “increase its resilience to climate change, and make it a suitable habitat for more plants and animals.”

(via Studying climate change in Central Park | New York)

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