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The global push for clean energy is intensifying human rights abuses and environmental degradation in African lithium mines, despite promises of economic benefits.

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Fatima Bhutto: Climate change is the catastrophe to end all other catastrophes

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One year after Ian, this Florida motel serves as a hurricane safety net

One year after Hurricane Ian, many displaced victims are still without homes, some stuck in makeshift lodgings, such as the El Rancho Motel.
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Hurricane heads for state still recovering from 2022 storm

An "extremely dangerous" Hurricane Idalia is projected to bring lethal flooding and winds to a low-income, poorly insured region of Florida.
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Housing on Maui is scarce. Where will fire survivors go?

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Failing rains in Darfur foster conflict and displacement

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More children than ever displaced and at risk of violence and exploitation, U.N. warns

A confluence of crises and disasters has driven the number of children currently displaced from their homes to an unprecedented 42 million, and it has left those young people vulnerable to criminal violence and exploitation.