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Degrowth movement challenges traditional views on economic growth

Economic growth, long seen as universally beneficial, is increasingly scrutinized by the rising 'degrowth' movement, which argues for reducing consumption to address inequality and environmental damage.

Jennifer Szalai reports for The New York Times.

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AP photos reveal intensity, insecurity and inequality in 2023 as world altered by climate change

The toll of disasters propelled by climate change in 2023 can be tallied with numbers — thousands of people dead, millions of others who lost jobs, homes and hope, and tens of billions of dollars sheared off economies. But numbers can’t reflect the way climate change is experienced — the intensity, the insecurity and the inequality that people on Earth are living.

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The climate crisis will amplify the UK’s existing health inequalities

A public health agency report issues a stark warning: the impact of changing climate on health is proportionately negative to the most disadvantaged.

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As climate disasters mount, the world isn’t spending nearly enough to adapt

The report comes less than a month before the next U.N. climate change conference, where negotiators from wealthy countries are expected to resist calls to compensate poor nations for such deadly disasters.
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Climate change has toppled some civilizations but not others. Why?

The link between environmental disasters and societal collapse, explained.
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Photo by Jamil Kabar on Unsplash

Climate change has toppled some civilizations but not others. Why?

The link between environmental disasters and societal collapse, explained.
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Listen: Climate change hits city neighborhoods differently

Some neighborhoods may face a higher risk of extreme weather due to climate change compared to others in the same city, according to new research.

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