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Quinault Indian Nation plans relocation to combat flooding

Quinault Indian Nation plans relocation to combat flooding

The Quinault Indian Nation in Washington State is relocating Taholah village to higher ground to mitigate flood risks exacerbated by climate change.

Mark Trahant and Stewart Huntington report for ICT.

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Human activities are increasing pandemic risks, new study finds

Human activities are increasing pandemic risks, new study finds

A recent study highlights how human-induced environmental changes are amplifying the spread of diseases, posing potential pandemic threats.

Scott Dance reports for The Washington Post.

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Australia and Tuvalu confirm climate and security agreement

Australia and Tuvalu confirm climate and security agreement

Australia and Tuvalu will advance with a landmark security and climate migration pact, ensuring Tuvalu's sovereignty while addressing its environmental challenges.

Kirsty Needham reportsfor Reuters.

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America's Great Lakes beckon as a climate sanctuary

America's Great Lakes beckon as a climate sanctuary

Michigan's abundant water resources and lack of extreme weather make it an attractive destination for future climate migrants.

Abrahm Lustgarten reports for The Atlantic.

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Climate migration concerns surpass fears of Russian aggression in Europe

A new survey reveals that European citizens are increasingly concerned about climate change-driven migration, even more than the threat from Russia.

Rosie Frost reports for Euronews.

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Climate migration's billion-dollar question: Who manages the retreat?

Federal efforts to protect communities from climate disasters with buyouts and resilience projects are often fractured and poorly coordinated. Is there a better way?
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'Positive and negative, usually both': In Central America, a booming economy comes at a cost

The once-remote beach village of Playa Venao is suddenly booming with developers, tourists and expats. As visions collide, a town and a continent grapple with the environmental and community costs of newfound prosperity.
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