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Rising sea levels pose new challenges for southern US coasts

A rapid increase in sea levels across the southern U.S. is compelling coastal communities to adapt to unprecedented environmental changes.

Chris Mooney, Brady Dennis, Kevin Crowe, and John Muyskens report for The Washington Post.

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Climate change impacts immune health globally, leading to an epidemic of diseases

The invisible effects of climate change are disrupting our bodies, notably our immune systems, by contributing to a surge in immune-mediated diseases like allergies and cancer.

Kari Nadeau reports for STAT.

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Pre-pesticides, pro-farmer: the rise of agroecology

One part ancient practices, one part worker justice, a new-old way of farming is adapting agriculture for an uncertain world.
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DeepMind wants to use AI to solve the climate crisis

WIRED spoke with DeepMind’s climate lead about techno-utopianism, ways AI can help fight climate change, and what’s currently standing in the way.
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Judge rules in favor of Montana youths in a landmark climate case

The court found that young people have a constitutional right to a healthful environment and that the state must consider potential climate damage when approving projects.
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Biden administration bets big on giant carbon-sucking vacuums

Projects in Texas and Louisiana will become a global testing ground for giant machines that aim to slow global warming by vacuuming carbon from the air.
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UNESCO says Venice should be added to heritage danger list

UNESCO's proposal is the latest alarm bell over the future of Venice — one of the world’s most fragile and popular cities – and Italy's efforts to protect it.
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