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Most people feel ‘psychologically close’ to climate change

When spurring action against climate change, NGOs and governmental agencies frequently operate on the assumption that people are unmotivated to act because they view...

Nullarbor rocks reveal Australia’s transformation from lush to dust

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Climate change threatens lemurs on Madagascar

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Anthropogenic climate change poses systemic risk to coffee cultivation

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Breathing is going to get tougher

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