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Climate-driven crop failures are driving up food prices: 3 stories you may have missed

By Vanessa Bauza

August 16, 2021
In case you missed it: Climate-driven extreme weather is wreaking havoc on farmers’ crops, rising sea levels are putting coastal communities in low-lying nations at risk of flooding and climate models are helping countries chart a path to net-zero emissions.
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On a typhoon-swept island, one town rebuilds its coast guard: nature

By Kimberly Hoong

September 1, 2017
In this series of photos, Human Nature looks at one community’s efforts to rebuild what has been lost.
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4 ways climate change is making life harder for tigers

By Leah Duran

July 19, 2017
A new threat looms for these remaining tigers: climate change.
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6 facts you need to know about mangroves

By Andrew Kolb

July 25, 2016
Mangroves are a key piece of how we address climate change. It’s time we stop overlooking them.
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Q&A: El Niño’s grip foreshadows uncertain future for a country on climate’s edge

By Bruno Vander Velde

January 22, 2016
Most Papua New Guineans grow their own food, so they feel the effects of unpredictable weather firsthand.
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