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Typhoon Mangkhut as it happened: 2018’s worst storm slammed Hong Kong

● Highest typhoon warning issued as Hong Kong suffers through what could be its most intense storm on record● Almost 900 flights delayed or cancelled, and public transport paralysed● Severe flooding hits neighbouring Macau
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California says federal 'let it burn' policy reckless as wildfires rage

The U.S. Forest Service lets some blazes burn. California officials say that practices should be updated as blazes explode, partly because of climate change.
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In drought-plagued northern Mexico, tens of thousands of cows are starving to death

Sonora is the cattle capital of Mexico. But prolonged drought is killing off the herds.
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Deal has progressives plotting for more EV, transit funding

Progressives and climate hawks are clamoring for more money for transit and electric vehicles as the Senate considers its bipartisan infrastructure deal, fearing there won’t be another opportunity to get the extra dollars later.
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Couples disconnected in their climate concerns can learn about global warming over 200 years or in 18 holes

Couples in romantic relationships often don't have the same beliefs or behaviors surrounding climate change. But that's an opportunity for people who are concerned about climate change and favor climate action to convince their partners to adopt these viewpoints, a new study has found.

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The Biden administration’s embrace of environmental justice has made wary activists willing to believe

"i could not have predicted this," says Vernice Miller-Travis, who gathered data for a seminal 1987 study, "toxic wastes and race in the United States."

How climate crisis made my British butterfly hunt a race against time

The naturalist Stephen Moss finally achieved his aim to see all 61 of the UK's butterfly species. But those that thrive on the margins could vanish as temperatures rise.