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Justin S. Mankin and Christopher W. Callahan: El Niño is back. What does that mean for an already overheated California?

The phenomenon has fueled heat waves, floods and massive economic losses across the world. This year, on top of global warming, they stand to be even worse.
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Extreme weather warning prompts concern for Aussie kids: 'We need to be prepared'

“At its heart, the climate crisis is a child rights crisis.” That’s the declaration from international child protection agency UNICEF, amid news that the world is set to warm to record levels during the next five years, further destabilising our daily lives.

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Gun-toting gold miners resist Brazil’s attempt to take back the Amazon

Attempts by the Brazilian state to reassert control over its lawless Amazon territories are leading to a deadly shooting war in the nation’s north.

Exclusive: Inside Russia’s environmental influence operation targeting the Baltic Sea

Exclusive: Inside Russia’s environmental influence operation targeting the Baltic Sea

Two Moscow-based research institutes produced a detailed Russian action plan focusing on the environment for the Baltic region earlier this year and presented it to President Vladimir Putin’s executive office. Yahoo News has obtained a copy of the plan.
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Saskatchewan residents taking province to court to try to force climate action

Lynn Oliphant, 80, tries to reduce his ecological footprint as much as he can. He wants the Saskatchewan government to start doing the same.

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Spain vows to block farming near threatened wetlands

Spain has vowed to block a regional plan to legalise farming near one of Europe's largest and fauna-rich wetlands, where water supplies have plunged due to climate change and agriculture.

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Don't delay 'clunky' safeguard mechanism, warns expert

The biggest polluters will blow Australia's emissions targets without agreement in parliament on an important revamped climate measure, according to a leading businesswoman.