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The Civilian Climate Corps was dropped from the climate bill. Now what?

The Civilian Climate Corps was dropped from the climate bill. Now what?

The federally funded initiative was hugely popular and aimed at hiring tens of thousands of young people to pursue climate-friendly projects.
Divert or die: Louisiana’s controversial plan to save coastal communities and ecosystems

Divert or die: Louisiana’s controversial plan to save coastal communities and ecosystems

An upcoming project would change the flow of the Mississippi River and its sediment to make up for land the coast is losing due to climate change and sea-level rise.
Mexican farmers and scientists share a mission: saving a wetland

Mexican farmers and scientists share a mission: saving a wetland

Once mutually wary, farmers and scientists are working jointly to save a key ecosystem -- and an endangered salamander.
Turning cities into sponges to save lives and property

Turning cities into sponges to save lives and property

Officials around the world are implementing techniques to absorb or divert water and protect urban areas from the effects of climate change.
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Gabriel Popkin: Can a hidden world be saved from an invasive scourge?

Gabriel Popkin: Can a hidden world be saved from an invasive scourge?

The emerald ash border threatens ash trees that anchor a unique world on the Delmarva Peninsula.
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Waikiki Beach is vanishing. Nobody can agree what to do next

Waikiki Beach is vanishing. Nobody can agree what to do next

Hawaii’s most iconic beach is quickly becoming a poster child for why it’s so hard to adapt to a changing climate.

New approach to blue carbon projects underway in Colombia
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New approach to blue carbon projects underway in Colombia

A mangrove preservation project along Colombia's Caribbean coast is using a more comprehensive method to calculate how much carbon is stored in coastal and marine ecosystems, potentially boosting global efforts to conserve so-called blue carbon.

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