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Lost Louisiana: the race to reclaim vanished land back from the sea

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World’s fastest submerging state is looking to nature in an ambitious plan to turn back the tide, and to BP to fund it – but will it work?

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Has the great climate change migration already begun?

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As rising sea levels, drought and disasters scrub some of Earth’s most picturesque places off the map, the first climate refugees apply for asylum. But the UN doesn’t grant refugee status for victims of climate change. Where will they go?

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£20m salt marsh to create wildlife habitat and fight erosion from sea

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Somerset scheme set to absorb high tides and waves but critics say money should have gone on flood defences for residents . . . → Read More: £20m salt marsh to create wildlife habitat and fight erosion from sea

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The business cost of climate change: what the science says

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Massive loss from extreme weather in recent years abound, and new research indicates climate risks aren’t leaving any time soon

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Cumbrian nuclear dump ‘virtually certain’ to be eroded by rising sea levels

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One million cubic metres of waste near Sellafield are housed at a site that was a mistake, admits Environment Agency . . . → Read More: Cumbrian nuclear dump ‘virtually certain’ to be eroded by rising sea levels

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Typhoon Haiyan – harbinger of things to come?

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Lives lost, villages destroyed, communities devastated – and according to the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, the Philippines disaster was just the beginning . . . → Read More: Typhoon Haiyan – harbinger of things to come?

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Climate change will damage Australia’s coastal infrastructure, says IPCC

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New report predicts species loss, a degraded Great Barrier Reef, and more ‘dangerously hot’ days – Report and reaction

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Floods and gales are taste of things to come, says UN climate science chief

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IPCC chair warns that events such as the winter’s storms in Britain are increasing in intensity and frequency . . . → Read More: Floods and gales are taste of things to come, says UN climate science chief

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Should coastal Britain surrender to the tides?

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Ferocious recent storms have destroyed natural landmarks and placed communities at risk. But simply patching up our defences won’t work. Our coast is changing, and we must change with it . . . → Read More: Should coastal Britain surrender to the tides?

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New, privatized African city heralds climate apartheid

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Nigeria’s Eko Atlantic augurs how the super-rich will exploit the crisis of climate change to increase inequality and seal themselves off from its impacts

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