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Deadly heat: How rising temperatures threaten workers from Nicaragua to Nepal

As scorching temperatures spread, the search for ways to protect against heat stress is becoming ever more urgent.

Following hurricanes, water insecurity spikes in Nicaragua
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Following hurricanes, water insecurity spikes in Nicaragua

Since Hurricanes Eta and Iota devastated Nicaragua last winter, an estimated 500,000 people along the northern Caribbean coast do not have access to clean water, hygiene, and sanitation facilities.

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How some Nicaraguan coffee farmers are adapting to climate change

Some Nicaraguan coffee farmers are experimenting with a more diverse and sustainable mix of crops, which could prove to be more profitable and better equipped to handle rising temperatures.
The Atlantic hurricane season typically brings about a dozen storms. This year it was 30
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The Atlantic hurricane season typically brings about a dozen storms. This year it was 30

Of 2020's Atlantic storms, 13 were hurricanes, six of them Category 3 or higher. Warmer ocean waters are fueling an increasing number of storms.
Nicaragua to crack down on conflict beef
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Nicaragua to crack down on conflict beef

After dozens of Indigenous people were murdered in land disputes, Nicaragua has moved to monitor its cattle industry. Beef raised on protected lands likely made its way to U.S. consumers.
Climate change is causing hurricanes to break down more slowly over land
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to break down more slowly over land

Rising ocean temperatures are driving hurricanes to carry more moisture, allowing them to stay stronger for longer once they've made landfall and reach communities farther inland, according to new research published in the journal Nature.

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