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Cholera cases spike amid extreme weather, conflict

Cyclone Freddy, one of the longest-lasting tropical cyclones ever recorded, carved a treacherous path in Mozambique last month that underscored the vulnerability of the world’s poorest to climate disruption, displacement, and disease — and not just once but twice.

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Mozambique works to contain cholera outbreak after cyclone

Weeks after massive Cyclone Freddy hit Mozambique for a second time, the still-flooded country is facing a spiraling cholera outbreak that threatens to add to the devastation.

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Europe’s energy crisis is sending leaders to Africa for help

Europe’s energy crisis is sending leaders to Africa for help

Officials from Algeria to Mozambique say they hope to take advantage of an abrupt change in a long-unequal relationship.
Michael Bloomberg plans a $242 million investment in clean energy
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Michael Bloomberg plans a $242 million investment in clean energy

The billionaire and former mayor of New York City will fund programs in 10 developing countries.
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Rethinking risk can unshackle Africa's small scale farmers from the grip of poor weather

While the drivers of deep-seated poverty in rural Africa are many and complex, climate shocks are one of the most important.

Cities are our best hope for surviving climate change
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Cities are our best hope for surviving climate change

Humans will continue to flock to cities. And that's a good thing, because if we want to survive the next, much bigger crisis on the horizon, cities are our best bet.

How debt and climate change pose ‘systemic risk’ to world economy
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How debt and climate change pose ‘systemic risk’ to world economy

With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are calling for green debt relief.
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