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Politicians avoid discussing climate change during Indian elections

As India’s general elections approach, voters are facing climate-related hardships that politicians largely ignore.

Sibi Arasu reports for the Associated Press.

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Summer of 2023 was the hottest in two millennia, says study

A new study analyzing ancient tree rings reveals that last summer was the hottest in the past 2,000 years, with unprecedented warmth across the Northern Hemisphere.

Doyle Rice reports for USA Today.

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Afghanistan faces deadly flash floods, devastating impacts

Hundreds of deaths occurred due to severe flash floods in northern Afghanistan

Rick Noack reports for The Washington Post.

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Regenerative agriculture shows potential for British Columbia drought resilience

A Swiss-born farmer in British Columbia demonstrates how regenerative agricultural practices can boost resilience to extreme drought conditions that increasingly threaten regional food security.

Matt Simmons reports for The Narwhal.

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Flooding in Brazil kills dozens and displaces thousands

Torrential rainstorms have struck Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul, leading to catastrophic flooding, dozens of deaths, and massive displacement.

Lauren Herdman reports for The Guardian.

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A new approach to rainwater management: Amsterdam's blue-green roofs

Amsterdam is leading a global trend in smart, climate-adaptive rooftops that capture rainwater to reduce flooding and provide water for residents.

Matt Simon reports for Wired.

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