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    What Does The Word “Summer” Really Mean?

    Summer is the season for basking in the warm sun and rejoicing in the freedom of vacation. So when the rest and relaxation is shooed away for cooler days and the start of school, it’s easy to forget that the summer season is far from over. Let’s take a look at the name summer and what it actually means and also answer that age-old question: …

  2. What Are The Different Names For Our Moon?

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    How Our National Parks Got Their Majestic Names

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    The Changing Language Of Climate Change

    The language surrounding climate change is changing right alongside the climate itself. But, it all began with global warming … What is global warming and greenhouse gases? Climate change was first known to many of us as  global warming, a phrase dating to the 1950s that indicates “a longterm rise in Earth’s average atmospheric temperature.” The idea that global warming exists and could be attributed to human behavior, however, was first …

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    A Bug’s Life: Where Insects Get Their Names

  6. Bendy Redefines Eco-Fashion

    Products like the Bendy show that eco-fashion can be more than just an expensive ideal. Now, you can choose products that look and feel great while being kinder and gentler on the planet. Watch more to find out how.
  7. 14 Quotes That Will Have You Feeling Fine In That Summer Breeze

  8. Weather Words You Need To Know

    Want a visual refresher of some of the terms you've already read? Watch our Weather Words video.
  9. Insect Armies! Terrifying Bug Groups Explained

  10. Do You Know When to Capitalize The Seasons?

    As a general rule, when you’re using the name of a season in a sentence as a noun or an adjective, it shouldn’t be capitalized. There are only a few times when seasons should be capitalized, including when they’re used as proper nouns, when they start a sentence, when they’re used in titles, or when they’re personified. Seasons as Nouns or Adjectives When a season …