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Greta Thunberg to donate million-euro prize to organisations helping climate, 'ecocide' refugees
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Greta Thunberg to donate million-euro prize to organisations helping climate, 'ecocide' refugees

Thunberg was chosen among 136 nominees, from 79 organizations spanning 46 different countries around the world.

Submerged homes, flooded fields, derailed lives: The aftermath of Cyclone Amphan in Bangladesh, in photos
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Submerged homes, flooded fields, derailed lives: The aftermath of Cyclone Amphan in Bangladesh, in photos

In the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, with homes and livelihoods washed away, most residents in Bangladesh try to survive, some migrate.

Himalayan towns like Darjeeling, Mussoorie and Kathmandu are going to fast run dry
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Himalayan towns like Darjeeling, Mussoorie and Kathmandu are going to fast run dry

India has no system to count its climate migrants but ranks fifth among countries most vulnerable to impacts of climate change.

The last ice age tells us why we need to care about the 2℃ change in temperature
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The last ice age tells us why we need to care about the 2℃ change in temperature

We should do our best to ensure governments meet their commitments to the Paris Accord and reduce emissions to zero by 2050.

People fleeing from the effects of climate change can claim asylum: UN rights panel
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People fleeing from the effects of climate change can claim asylum: UN rights panel

The ruling is not legal as yet but it can be cited by people whose right to life is endangered by the climate crisis.

Tigers and people in the slowly-sinking Sundarbans are on the frontlines of climate change
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Tigers and people in the slowly-sinking Sundarbans are on the frontlines of climate change

Sea level has risen 3 cm a year in the Sundarbans in the past 2 decades — among the fastest coastal erosion rates globally.

Climate refugees: why we can’t yet predict where millions of displaced people will go
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Climate refugees: why we can’t yet predict where millions of displaced people will go

With global warming expected to produce millions of climate refugees, Individuals and organisations are scouting for ways to help them.