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Climate change may trigger increase in headaches, migraines

Concerns about climate change often focus on rising seas and warming temperatures, but some doctors are warning about its effect on our health, including migraines and headaches. Nearly one in ten people worldwide suffer from migraines.

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Miami Beach hybrid reef could help Florida coasts battle climate change

A new manmade hybrid reef being tested off Miami Beach aims to do what climate change has increasingly foiled: provide a powerful protector to storm surge and rising seas hammering Florida’s shores.

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Twice as much land in developing nations will be swamped by rising seas than previously projected, new research shows

Rising seas will swamp farmlands, pollute water supplies and displace millions of people much sooner than expected, scientists said last week.

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Republicans focus on effects, not causes, of climate change

Republican governors are confronting rising sea levels and wildfires as concern increases. “We’re not doing any left-wing stuff,” Florida’s Ron DeSantis says.
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Climate change threatens up to 40 per cent of world’s oil and gas reserves

Some 40 per cent of the world’s oil and gas reserves are at risk from more frequent storms, rising sea levels, and temperature extremes brought about by climate change, a report has found.
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'It's doomed': Louisiana's wildest parkland turns 100, likely won't last another century

Rising seas, sinking soil, storms threaten Pass-a-Loutre, once the state's 'wickedest spot.'

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The oldest tree in eastern US survived millennia – but rising seas could kill it

A 2,624-year-old bald cypress could teach us how to fight climate change – if it doesn't get destroyed first.

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