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Natural disasters disproportionally  harm women in Australia

Natural disasters disproportionally  harm women in Australia

Women are 14 times more likely to die and face higher rates of violence and homelessness during and after natural disasters in Australia, yet climate policies fail to address these dangers, experts say.

Stephanie Gardiner reports for The Australian Associated Press.

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Many journalists covering climate crisis face threats and violence

Many journalists covering climate crisis face threats and violence

A recent survey reveals that nearly 40% of journalists reporting on climate and environmental issues have been threatened, with 11% experiencing physical violence.

Nina Lakhani reports for The Guardian.

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Winter storms linked to increased domestic violence, study finds
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Winter storms linked to increased domestic violence, study finds

A devastating winter storm in Texas heightens the risk of domestic violence, trapping victims with their abusers and limiting access to help, reports

Lisa Woelfl, Greg Morton, and Jessica Klein report for The Fuller Project, in partnership with The Texas Tribune and the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism.

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How this climate activist justifies political violence

“The reason that people contemplate escalation is that there are no risk-free options left,” says the author of "How to Blow Up a Pipeline."

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Safety of Peru’s land defenders in question after killing of Indigenous leader in the Amazon

Quinto Inuma was killed on November 29 while traveling to the Santa Rosillo de Yanayacu community in Peru’s Amazon following a meeting of environmental defenders.

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New online map tracks threats to uncontacted Indigenous peoples in Brazil's Amazon

Mobi, a new online interactive map, draws information from public databases, government statistics and field observations to paint a comprehensive picture of the threats that uncontacted Indigenous peoples face in the Brazilian Amazon.

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How climate change causes culture clashes in Iraq's cities

Drought is forcing thousands of rural Iraqis migrate to cities for work, bringing with them their own cultural ideas. This has caused community conflicts, sometimes even violence, in big cities like Baghdad and Basra.
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