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How you can get others to help climate change, live sustainably

Your decision to buy that heat pump or induction stove might feel like it came after much deliberation and research. You might want to thank your friends and family.
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Kamea Sibley Ozane and Roishetta Sibley Ozane: Pollution is making Louisianans sick, and they’re fighting back

My name is Kamea and I am 10 years old. I live in Sulphur, Louisiana near the Gulf Coast with my mom and my brothers and sisters. I love my home, but I’ve also learned that pollution from oil and gas is making me and the environment sick and it is also contributing to climate change.

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Mineworker doubts 'real' change will come from parliamentary inquiry into coal mine safety

When veteran miner Scott Leggett goes to work, he leaves behind his nine-year-old daughter Anika who worries he "might get badly injured" or that he won't come home at all.
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Dauté Martin: Katrina babies are hurting, but we are healing, too

What happened to the children who lived through Hurricane Katrina?
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Emma Beddington: I sat on a wet towel, my stepfather sent apocalyptic texts, but our long-term response to the UK’s heatwave must be action

Nationally, structurally, our lack of preparedness for extreme heat is a disaster in waiting, as more wearily urgent experts keep telling us.

Climate change is making young people question if it's ethical to have children
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Climate change is making young people question if it's ethical to have children

Young people around the world are suffering from anxiety and stress relating to global warming. For Kansas Citians in their 20s and 30s, the future of the planet is becoming central to their decision about whether or not to have children.
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The ‘old American dream,’ a trap as the floods keep coming

In Houston’s poorest neighborhoods, an unfamiliar winter storm stoked a familiar anguish, one fueled by recurring floods and what residents see as a pattern of neglect.
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