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A new climate fund aims to aid developing countries

The new UN Loss and Damage Fund aims to be a game-changer in climate finance by providing quick and direct relief to regions affected by climate disasters like floods, droughts, and heatwaves.

Bob Berwyn reports for Inside Climate News.

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Hawaii faces an unprecedented challenge as wildfire impacts coral reefs

In the wake of the Lahaina wildfire, scientists and locals grapple with the potential toxic runoff into Maui's coral ecosystems. Audrey McAvoy reports for the Associated Press.

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David Attenborough warns ‘nature is in crisis’ but ‘we have the solutions’

Broadcaster spoke as Save Our Wild Isles campaign launched in Scotland to halt destruction of nature in the UK.

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Could floating solar farms survive out at sea?

Engineers are working on building solar farms robust enough to survive in the open ocean.
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A boil-water notice in Houston made national news. In rural Texas, it’s a way of life.

Rural communities face compounding reasons they can’t improve their water infrastructure, including inflation and a lack of human resources.
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Tribe seeks to adapt as climate change alters ancestral home

Raymond Naranjo sings for rain, his voice rising and falling as he softly strikes his rawhide-covered drum. The 99-year-old invites the cloud spirits, rain children, mist, thunder and lightning to join him at Santa Clara Pueblo, where Tewa people have lived for thousands of years on land they call Kha’p’o Owingeh, the Valley of the Wild Roses.

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In Colorado, a storied valley blooms again

The San Luis Valley’s Acequia Institute is raising new traditions from multicultural roots.