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The burning of fossil fuels like coal and gas supercharged the heat wave that has scorched India and Pakistan in recent weeks, two separate attribution studies have found.
Water is a fundamental element on earth and plays a key role in balancing ecosystems. It's also one of the main indicators of climate change, with glaciers melting and coastal regions threatened by rising sea levels.
Intact peatlands are enormous carbon sinks and can help to curb global warming. But many of these wetlands are drained and now release large amounts of greenhouse gases. Is this reversible with reflooding?
People living in snowy regions that are being transformed by global heating are experiencing ecological grief and anxiety. But could these feelings spur climate action?
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