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Pakistan's climate migrants face major challenges

Historic flooding in Pakistan this year displaced nearly 8 million people, who found themselves at the mercy of unrelenting monsoon rains and swollen waterways.

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The Mediterranean as we know it is vanishing

The Mediterranean is known for its lush beaches and winding coastline—and now also its cataclysmic climate extremes, which have transformed the region into one of suffocating heat, raging wildfires, and shrinking rivers.

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Fossil fuel's downfall could be America's too

How U.S. polluters might drag the country’s economy down with them.
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Parker Bolstad and Jordy Lee: Fighting climate change is the key to U.S. energy independence

More work needs to be done to prioritize renewables. The United States must further strengthen supply chains, as the pandemic demonstrated, and devote resources to the mining and sourcing of critical minerals.

Welcome to the endgame of climate change politics
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Welcome to the endgame of climate change politics

The great powers have taken big steps to fight global warming. Now attention turns to the rest of the world.
How a journalist came to cover the brutal murder of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres
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How a journalist came to cover the brutal murder of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres

A conversation with Nina Lakhani, author of “Who Killed Berta Cáceres? Dams, Death Squads, and an Indigenous Defender's Battle for the Planet."

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The transition to green energy has dirty side effects for human rights

The global transition to renewables could lead to human rights abuses and risks exacerbating inequalities between the west and the developing world.

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