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Ocean temperatures hit record levels, impacting marine life
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Ocean temperatures hit record levels, impacting marine life

The world's oceans have set daily temperature records throughout the past year due to climate change.

Matt McGrath, Mark Poynting, and Justin Rowlatt report for BBC News.

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From poisoning to skin diseases: multiple effects of sargassum on health

Sargassum health problems plague Caribbean French islands despite millions spent.

This is a republishing collaboration with Centro de Periodismo Investigativo, where this originally published. See the full series, Caribbean People at Risk from Sargassum Invasion.

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Desde intoxicaciones hasta enfermedades de la piel: múltiples los efectos del sargazo en la salud

Los problemas de salud relacionados con el sargazo afectan a las islas francesas del Caribe a pesar de los millones invertidos en atender la amenaza.

Este artículo fue publicado originalmente por el Centro de Periodismo Investigativo. Hace parte de la serie de reportajes "Caribeños en riesgo por la invasión del sargazo".

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New methods aim to enhance the ocean's ability to capture carbon dioxide

New methods aim to enhance the ocean's ability to capture carbon dioxide

Researchers and startups are developing innovative marine carbon dioxide removal techniques to increase the ocean's carbon absorption capabilities. However, doubts about its potential impacts remain.

Andrew S. Lewis reports for Yale Environment 360.

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After 13 years, no end in sight for Caribbean sargassum invasion

Thousands of people were hurt by sargassum blooms last year in the Caribbean.

This is a republishing collaboration with Centro de Periodismo Investigativo, where this originally published. See the full series, Caribbean People at Risk from Sargassum Invasion.

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Después de 13 años, no se ve un final a la invasión de sargazo en el Caribe

Los científicos afirman que el crecimiento masivo de las algas se debe a la contaminación global, al cambio climático y a otros problemas internacionales, ya que las islas del Caribe hicieron muy poco para causar el problema y carecen del poder político para resolverlo.

Este artículo fue publicado originalmente por el Centro de Periodismo Investigativo. Hace parte de la serie de reportajes "Caribeños en riesgo por la invasión del sargazo".

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Cities at risk as sea levels rise and land sinks

Cities at risk as sea levels rise and land sinks

Coastal cities are facing a dual threat: rising sea levels and the sinking of their land, a phenomenon known as subsidence, which could drastically increase flooding and damages by 2050.

Matt Simon reports for WIRED.

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