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Snapshots, hotshots and moonshots: Images of climate change in 2022
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Snapshots, hotshots and moonshots: Images of climate change in 2022

Climate change and an environment in peril were visible in many of 2022’s defining moments: record-smashing heat waves in Europe and South Asia, droughts pushing the fragile global food system to its limit and energy and food markets shaken by war in Ukraine.  Climate change also left its fingerprints on stories that didn’t make the […]
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