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Coastal flooding will be immensely expensive for richer countries to tackle by 2100, scientists say—and impossible for the poorest states, without action now.
Bigger species of wildlife appear to suffer more stress from climate change than their smaller counterparts, U.S. researchers have found.
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There is no silver bullet for tackling climate change, U.S. scientists say. The only option is for every part of society to accept the need to adapt to it.
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