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Facing imminent water crises, Mexico City and Bogotá seek solutions

Facing imminent water crises, Mexico City and Bogotá seek solutions

Mexico City and Bogotá are on the brink of severe water shortages, reminiscent of Cape Town's 2018 crisis, due to El Niño-induced drought.

Jake Bittle reports for Grist.

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War in Ukraine is triggering a food crisis - and climate change has more in store

Russia’s war on Ukraine has thrust food security to the top of the global agenda. Now, the world’s leading climate scientists have piled on a stark warning: Unless we act fast, climate change all but ensures that food crises will become the norm and not the exception.

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Mami Mizutori, Peter Eriksson and David Beasley: Climate change and COVID show why we must act before crises hit

We are living in the midst of a climate crisis. Climate change is no longer a distant problem for future generations - it affects all of us living now.

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2020: The year of the converging crises

Dealing with one crisis at a time was a luxury that is now over, and climate change has become the “threat multiplier" we knew it would be.

Lessons from the climate and COVID-19 crises

Lessons from the climate and COVID-19 crises

The world's current handling of the coronavirus pandemic - an imminent threat spreading rapidly across the globe - offers lessons to turn around the stark lack of global action toward the climate crisis.