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'Katrina brain': The invisible long-term toll of megastorms.

Long after a big hurricane blows through, its effects hammer the mental-health system.

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Tony Abbott dares us to reject evidence on climate, but reveals a coward.

The former Australian prime minister’s misleading speech to a London thinktank was full of climate denial mythology.

Tony Abbott titled his London speech on climate change “Daring to Doubt” – a challenge, if you will, to reject mountains of evidence and instead lick your fingers and shove them into the plug socket of denial.

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Puerto Ricans still desperate for water weeks after Hurricane Maria.
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Puerto Ricans still desperate for water weeks after Hurricane Maria.

Half of the island’s residents have no access to clean drinking water.

Puerto Ricans Still Desperate for Water Weeks after Hurricane Maria

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Following the family tradition, Chris Darwin is leading the fight to protect animals from extinction.
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Following the family tradition, Chris Darwin is leading the fight to protect animals from extinction.

Great, great grandson of Charles Darwin says we must change our diet to prevent more wildlife dying off.

Following the family tradition, Chris Darwin is leading the fight to protect animals from extinction

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Puerto Rico hurricane crisis: Here's why this could be Trump's Katrina.

Empathy helps. As does, well, actual help.

It's been one week since Category 4 Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, destroying the entire island's communications infrastructure, power grid, and leaving thousands homeless. The humanitarian crisis in the storm's wake is growing by the hour.

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Bahamas deeply concerned about dangers of climate change.

The Bahamas says it is deeply concerned about the dangers of environmental degradation and climate change, stating that they threaten the region’s very survivability.

UNITED NATIONS – The Bahamas says it is deeply concerned about the dangers of environmental degradation and climate change, stating that they threaten the region’s very survivability.

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Why India's farmers want to conserve indigenous heirloom rice.

India was once home to 100,000 rice varieties, but high-yield, less hardy hybrids have taken over encouraging farmers to safeguard more resistant strains.

India is rice country: the cereal provides daily sustenance for more than 60% of the population. Half a century ago, it was home to more than 100,000 rice varieties, encompassing a stunning diversity in taste, nutrition, pest-resistance and, crucially in this age of climate change and natural disasters, adaptability to a range of conditions.

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