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Exploring climate impacts through photography in Pájaro, California

Exploring climate impacts through photography in Pájaro, California

In a heartfelt response to a devastating flood, Pájaro residents use the PhotoVoice Project to document the lingering effects of climate change on their community.

Liza Gross reports forInside Climate News.

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North Atlantic's record heat waves may fuel an intense hurricane season

North Atlantic's record heat waves may fuel an intense hurricane season

A marine heat wave in the North Atlantic has set daily temperature records for over a year, raising concerns about its potential to drive an unusually severe hurricane season.

Chelsea Harvey reports for E&E News.

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Rising tides increase fecal bacteria in coastal waters, study finds

Rising tides increase fecal bacteria in coastal waters, study finds

High tide events now bring more than just seawater to North Carolina's beaches; they also raise the risk of fecal contamination in coastal waters.

Liz McLaughlin reports for WRAL.

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If global warming exceeds critical thresholds, what will the planet look like?

If global warming exceeds critical thresholds, what will the planet look like?

A recent Guardian survey of climate experts indicates that global warming is set to surpass the 1.5C goal, escalating risks of severe natural disasters.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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Quinault Indian Nation plans relocation to combat flooding

Quinault Indian Nation plans relocation to combat flooding

The Quinault Indian Nation in Washington State is relocating Taholah village to higher ground to mitigate flood risks exacerbated by climate change.

Mark Trahant and Stewart Huntington report for ICT.

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Latin Americans turn to human rights court over climate change impacts

Latin Americans turn to human rights court over climate change impacts

Victims from Latin America are addressing the consequences of climate change through a groundbreaking case at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, which could significantly influence international legal standards.

Anastasia Moloney reports for The Christian Science Monitor.

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Houston's buyout program faced with renewed challenges amid flooding
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Houston's buyout program faced with renewed challenges amid flooding

As recent storms unleash severe flooding in southeast Texas, Harris County struggles to expand its home buyout program despite being a pioneer in managed retreat policies.

Jake Bittle reports for Grist.

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