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Climate change is erasing crucial Indigenous languages

A recent report highlights how climate change is accelerating the loss of Indigenous languages, which hold vital ecological knowledge.

Kiley Price reports for Inside Climate News.

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Vermont takes bold steps to combat climate change

Governor Phil Scott has allowed Vermont's groundbreaking climate legislation to pass without his signature, marking a pivotal moment in the state's environmental policy.

Emma Cotton reports for VTDigger.

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Altering species to safeguard them

In a bid to save endangered wildlife, scientists explore "assisted evolution" techniques, challenging traditional conservation methods.

Emily Anthes reports for The New York Times.

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A ranch, rewilded: the transformation of California's next state park

Floodplain restoration is one key way to make the Central Valley more resilient as climate change intensifies both flooding and drought.
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Puerto Rico is using residents’ home batteries to back up its grid

The yearlong pilot could be the first step in creating a residential-storage virtual power plant larger than any in North America.

In Georgia, a call for better protection of coastal marshes

In Georgia, coastal advocates are saying it's time update a 50-year-old law on protecting the half-million acres of salt marshes.
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How mobile homes can fight climate change.

In the wake of rising housing prices, mobile home residents are banding together to buy the land under their homes.