By Greg Cote and Greg StobbeESPN Staff WriterESPN Staff – NEW YORK (AP) It was the last thing any of the residents in a tiny New York City suburb had ever dreamed of.
They had just moved into a tiny apartment complex with no electricity, no running water, and a single refrigerator and freezer.
They had no idea they would be living in a grassland biome.
The grasslands biome was what residents of this tiny apartment building had been dreaming about.
The landscape was covered in the bright colors of blueberries, strawberries and blueberries.
The blueberries were growing, and they were making a splash.
Residents were happy, and everyone was enjoying the grasslands.
Then a month ago, a sudden and unexpected change.
The air conditioning shut off and there was no water to boil.
No refrigerators to warm.
It was a stark reminder of the climate change crisis that has been plaguing the country and the world since the beginning of the century.
The climate crisis that is a direct result of the burning of fossil fuels.
A growing body of research is now suggesting that if the U.S. does not quickly reduce carbon emissions, the grassland will eventually disappear.
It could happen in the next 10 years, said James Hansen, who heads NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
But he said the U!
should take it seriously and move ahead with steps to reduce carbon pollution.
The U.K., France, Australia and Germany are all working on ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
They all have policies that would help.
They also all have the resources to do it.
But the U?s is not on a track to meet its Kyoto goal of reducing carbon emissions to 28 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.
The U.N. climate summit this week in Paris will be the first time the U.?s is expected to meet this goal.
A lot has changed since this apartment complex was built.
Climate change has changed the planet, and the changes are being felt now in a small city.
The city is experiencing unprecedented heat waves, droughts and heat waves in some parts of the country, and its water supplies are drying up, said Michael H. Healy, an urban designer and a professor at the University of South Florida.
He has been studying the climate for 20 years and has studied grasslands and climate change.
Hansen said the grasses climate will change over the coming decades because of climate change, but he thinks there is still a lot of room for improvement.
Climate is happening, and we are not changing,” he said.
He said if we were to change our policies now, it would mean that we would have to be more aggressive about reducing carbon pollution, not just the carbon dioxide that is being emitted.
He is also working on the idea of rethinking the way we use fossil fuels and how we manage our energy.
It is going to take a lot more than a change in the policies that we use to reduce emissions,” Hansen said.
The new grasslands are in the small New York suburb of Westbury.
It is a small, white-collar community in a middle-class neighborhood in a mostly white neighborhood in Westchester County, New York.
There is no car, no electricity.
Residents use an electric car.
The apartment complex itself is not far from the beach and it is a place of hope for the future.
It was the first thing residents of the apartment complex saw on Wednesday morning.
The windows were open and there were no lights on the inside of the building.
There were only a couple of people in the apartment.
The people living in this apartment were happy.
The people in this building are doing great.
They are excited about what is happening.
The apartment is a little different from most other apartments.
There are only four bedrooms.
The rest of the unit is shared by two roommates.
They have no internet, no TVs, no TVA group of residents had planned to build a home next door, but they have moved to a bigger apartment in Westbury and the rent has increased by $2,000 a month.
They live on $7.25 a day, about half the rent in a large apartment.
That means the rent is $2.50 a day.
The rent for the room is $1,200.
The room has one TV and a small TV, but there are two computers, so it does not have a lot.
The other room is only a desk and a coffee maker.
The only furniture in the room has a dresser, and there is no flooring in it.
There is one small fridge and a microwave.
The fridge has been moved to the other apartment.
Hannah Pfeffer has lived in the Westbury apartment for two years and she is glad the apartment has a TV.
She has been waiting for the right climate to get into her apartment.
But she is also worried about how she is going in the new climate. I think we