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Panama provides a stark warning about climate-induced displacement

I had read the statistics about sea level changes before coming to Panama, but I could not have anticipated their sheer impact in physical terms.

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Peter H. Gleick: California flooding has been worse before — and likely will be again

Storms like the ones that began in 1861 could cause worse devastation than an earthquake. We’re not prepared.
Lin-Manuel, Luis Miranda: How to help Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona

Lin-Manuel, Luis Miranda: How to help Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona

Solving its energy crisis, the effects of climate change and continued migration off the island are essential priorities for both the citizens of this island and the nation of which it is a part.

Felix Mormann: Texas’s war against ESG investing is ingenious but futile

Felix Mormann: Texas’s war against ESG investing is ingenious but futile

The state's pension funds have been directed to divest from financial firms such as BlackRock and UBS that supposedly boycott fossil fuels.
Joanna Nelson: As wildfire threatens giant sequoias, we know what to do to save them

Joanna Nelson: As wildfire threatens giant sequoias, we know what to do to save them

As these 3,000-year-old trees succumb to fire, we can still intervene if we have faster access to resources.
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John Gaedeke: My cherished Alaskan wilderness faces a threat from mining for green energy

John Gaedeke: My cherished Alaskan wilderness faces a threat from mining for green energy

A new mining road in Alaska's remote Brooks Range would invite industrial traffic into the backyards of villagers who often don’t even have running water in their homes.
Fernanda Santos: Maybe luscious green grass doesn’t belong in a drought-stricken Arizona

Fernanda Santos: Maybe luscious green grass doesn’t belong in a drought-stricken Arizona

Each golf course in the state — there are 219 of them — uses enough water daily to supply the needs of about 3,100 residents.
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