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A summer of climate disasters

A summer of climate disasters

Climate change has made extreme weather increasingly normal.
Western Europe, a climate leader, still suffers from global warming

Western Europe, a climate leader, still suffers from global warming

Europe’s clean-energy progress has not protected the continent from the growing ravages of global warming.

A wilting climate response

A wilting climate response

As another heat wave descends, the U.S. federal government is pulling back from the climate fight. What now?
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A hotter world

India has contributed little to climate change: Home to 18 percent of the world’s population, it has emitted just 3 percent of planet-warming greenhouse gases. But India is suffering from climate change.

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Climate optimism

Rather than seeing the climate challenge as overwhelming or hopeless, experts say, we should treat it as a call to action.

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A climate opportunity

The Senate is deadlocked on the Build Back Better bill, the core of Biden’s legislative agenda that includes sweeping provisions on global warming. Without those parts of the bill, experts say, Biden’s climate goal is likely impossible. But lawmakers still have time to strike a deal.

Climate bankruptcy
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Climate bankruptcy

Remnants of Hurricane Ida barreled into the New York City region. And what happens when climate change comes to a small Southern town.
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