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Why Wisconsin has seen so little legislative action on climate change

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A massive storm destroyed fishing boats in Alaska, leading to fears of food insecurity

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Puerto Rico was still recovering from Maria when Fiona hit. Now, many fear the long road ahead

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A downed tree from Post-Tropical Storm Fiona sits in the front yard of a home on Sept. 24 in Irish Cove, Nova Scotia on Cape Breton Island in Canada. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Canada's Atlantic provinces begin to recover from historic damage caused by Fiona

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Pakistan is still reeling from unprecedented floods that caused widespread destruction

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Cyclone Fiona leaves many without power in eastern Canada

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A home faces high winds caused by post Tropical Storm Fiona in Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador on Saturday. The home has since been lost. Rene Roy/Wreckhouse Press via AP hide caption

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Activists unfurled a banner calling David Malpass a climate denier on the World Bank headquarters after he refused to say if he believed man-made emissions contributed to global warming. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A late Triassic-era rausuchian, one of the rival reptile lineages who lost out to the dinosaurs. Dmitry Bogdonav/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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How the Biden administration's climate goals align with the military

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Global leaders meet in Pittsburgh for climate talks

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Lousiana Jean Charles Choctaw Nation members reflect on their vanishing homeland

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