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The hurricane and the saildrone

Understanding the secrets of a warming ocean means steering straight into the biggest hurricanes. Enter the saildrone.
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La Niña has ended, and El Niño may be on the way

The climate pattern that tends to bring drier, warmer conditions to the southern half of the United States and wetter weather to the northern half has ended, NOAA said Thursday.
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The Arctic is becoming wetter and stormier, scientists warn
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The Arctic is becoming wetter and stormier, scientists warn

In their annual assessment of the region and its climate, researchers highlighted new signs of a huge transformation underway.
'Do you really want to rebuild at 80?' Rethinking where to retire

'Do you really want to rebuild at 80?' Rethinking where to retire

It’s a small yet noticeable shift, experts say — but climate change is causing retirees to start reconsidering moves to disaster-prone dream locales.
Nations must increase funding to cope with climate shocks, U.N. warns

Nations must increase funding to cope with climate shocks, U.N. warns

Failing to help developing nations brace for disruption will lead to increased conflict and widespread suffering, the United Nations wrote in a new report.
For waterfront homeowners, moving can have a different meaning

For waterfront homeowners, moving can have a different meaning

Beach erosion and the frequent occurrence of high tides and strong storms are causing some owners to contemplate lifting or moving as added protection.
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