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New York’s Central Park is now a central hub to study climate change

Central Park in New York City is being used as a "climate change laboratory". Image: Unsplash/Josh Couch

Christine Kiernan

Senior Producer, Thomson Reuters Television

Aleksandra Michalska

Broadcast & Video Producer, Reuters

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'New York's Central Park is seen looking North from atop the Essex House Hotel on Central Park South, July 16, 2003.' Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
'A woman holds the hand of a child by a pond at Central Park in New York City, U.S., November 22, 2021.' Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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