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More than 180,000 people are homeless in the cities of São Leopoldo and Novo Hamburgo alone. Cid Guedes / Shutterstock

Floods in south Brazil have displaced 600,000 – here’s why this region is likely to see ever more extreme rain in future

‘Flying rivers’ of moist air from the Amazon combined with a warming planet have the potential to produce more rain, say scientists.
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‘How long before climate change will destroy the Earth?’: research reveals what Australian kids want to know about our warming world

The result shows climate change education in schools must become more holistic and empowering, and children should be allowed to shape the future they will inherit.
The 10km wide Petermann Fjord in northern Greenland. The author’s icebreaker ship is a small dot in the middle. The cliffs on either side are a kilometre high. In the distance is the ‘ice tongue’ of the glacier flowing into the fjord. Martin Jakobsson

To predict future sea level rise, we need accurate maps of the world’s most remote fjords

Some of the world’s biggest glaciers flow into fjords in Greenland and we need to know what they’ll bump into on the seabed.

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