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South Korea, Japan heat waves turn deadly as extreme weather persists

South Korea and Japan issued heat alerts as the number of deaths and cases of heatstroke continue to rise. Meanwhile, another typhoon approaches the region.
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The hurricane and the saildrone

Understanding the secrets of a warming ocean means steering straight into the biggest hurricanes. Enter the saildrone.
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A long-sought loss and damage deal was finalized at COP27. Now, the hard work begins

Loss and damage costs related to climate change could total more than $1 trillion by 2050. Where will the money come from, and who will get it?

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Western Alaska confronts damage after historic storm

Floodwaters began receding in Alaska on Sunday, revealing the damage after the remnants of a typhoon lashed the state with its fiercest storm in years.

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Typhoon batters S. Korea with 3 feet of rain, damaging winds

The most powerful typhoon to hit South Korea in years battered its southern region Tuesday, dumping a meter (3 feet) of rain, destroying roads and felling power lines, leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity before weakening at sea.

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Japanese horseradish farmers fear for future amid climate change

Wasabi, the tangy Japanese horseradish that’s an essential part of sushi and dabbed onto slices of raw fish or into bowls of soba buckwheat noodle soup, is usually grown along streams in narrow valleys, leaving farms prone to disasters.
This pristine beach is one of Japan's last. Soon it will be filled with concrete
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This pristine beach is one of Japan's last. Soon it will be filled with concrete

In rural Japan, the unstoppable forces of nature meet the immovable determination of the construction state. Can this village survive?