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India’s most recent cyclone highlights a worrying future

India’s most recent cyclone highlights a worrying future

Storms are growing stronger as the planet warms. India must focus on an integrated approach after Cyclone Amphan, researchers say.
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A quarter of Bangladesh is flooded. Millions have lost everything

The country’s latest calamity illustrates a striking inequity of our time: The people least responsible for climate change are among those most hurt by its consequences.
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Monsoon season brings South Asian countries triple disaster

Monsoon season brings South Asian countries triple disaster

Communities in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal are coping with a triple disaster: flooding, the pandemic, and loss of livelihoods during monsoon season, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies warned.

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No water or work: Indian delta-dwellers pushed to the edge

As destructive storms hit the Sundarbans more often and rising sea levels shrink islands, villagers say their problems are multiplying fast.

Cyclone Amphan & climate injustice
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Cyclone Amphan: Victim feels ′abandoned′ by international community

"Climate change is slowly killing us, yet the international community is not doing anything to save us,"

What a week's disasters tell us about climate and the pandemic
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What a week's disasters tell us about climate and the pandemic

Extreme weather presents an even bigger threat when economies are crashing and ordinary people are stretched to their limits.
Cyclone Amphan slams India and Bangladesh
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Cyclone Amphan slams India and Bangladesh

Millions fled, and several deaths have been reported, but for the moment, at least, residents say it appears it could have been much worse.
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