1. Canada Day
The nation turns its eyes to Ottawa each July 1, and Ottawa does not disappoint. Indeed, hundreds of thousands of people flock to the capital each year for a multi-day extravaganza of parades, live music and patriotic fun that culminates in aerial displays by Canada's Snowbirds, a world-class fireworks display, and a nationally-televised Parliament Hill concert. To top it all off, admission is free to most museums and many other attractions on July 1. Heck, even city buses waive their fares. Happy birthday indeed.
North Carolina’s barrier islands, known as the Outer Banks, are eroding as the sea level rises. This means some land—and homes—will be swallowed by oce... More North Carolina’s barrier islands, known as the Outer Banks, are eroding as the sea level rises. This means some land—and homes—will be swallowed by ocean, and the people who live there must cope with the immediate impacts of climate change. Money has been spent to keep the sand in place, but Mother Nature keeps pushing back. Read more about the changes happening in the Outer Banks: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/special-features/2014/07/140725-outer-banks-north-carolina-sea-level-rise-climate/
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