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Britain (Yes, Rainy Britain) Could Run Short of Water by 2050, Official Says

By ILIANA MAGRA

Climate change and population growth, meaning less supply and more demand, could equal an “existential threat,” England’s environment chief warned.

I Am an Immigrant. Someday You Might Be One, Too.

By LAILA LALAMI

Increasingly, people are being forced to flee their homes not just by war and poverty, but also by climate change. It’s time we rethink our antiquated ideas about immigrants.

Climate Change: How Can Manhattan be Protected? Make It Bigger

By WILLIAM NEUMAN and JEFFERY C. MAYS

Mayor de Blasio proposed a $10 billion plan to build a huge berm at the bottom of Manhattan to protect the financial district from rising sea levels.

Pictures From Youth Climate Strikes Around the World

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Children and young adults around the world skipped school en masse Friday to demand action on climate change.

Students Across the World Are Protesting on Friday. Why?

By AUSTIN RAMZY

One Swedish teenager’s protest has gone global, with students around the world planning to skip class on Friday to demand action on climate change.

β€˜Goodbye, Earth’: A Story for Grown-Ups

By ZAYNE COWIE, KENDALL CIESEMIER, TAIGE JENSEN and LEAH VARJACQUES

This 9-Year-Old Is Mad at You for Failing on Climate Change

Japan Dispatch: Japan’s Enchanting Ice Monsters, Claimed by Climate Change

By MOTOKO RICH

The Japanese call them “juhyo,” or ice monsters, and armies of these abominable snowmen once spread across the country’s northern mountains. But they are at risk because of warming temperatures.

Grown-Ups Get a Scolding on Climate

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Inspired by a Swedish teenager, students around the world on Friday will protest political inaction.

Can Art Help Save the Planet?

By ALINA TUGEND

Museum exhibitions seek to raise public consciousness about the dangers posed to the environment by climate change.

Meanwhile: Powerful Floods Are Wrecking Businesses. Including Mine.

By WENDY MACNAUGHTON

Many local companies, including our historic movie theater, are facing recovery with no flood insurance.

Tiny Costa Rica Has a Green New Deal, Too. It Matters for the Whole Planet.

By SOMINI SENGUPTA, ALEXANDER VILLEGAS and CELIA TALBOT TOBIN

Costa Rica's first lady is leading a green new deal of sorts for her country. If it succeeds, it would provide a road map to others.

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