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2022 Notebook: Climate catastrophe, and a bit of hope too

By The Associated Press

For those worried about climate change, 2022 was a mixed bag. Hurricanes and floods plagues many places, and the COP27 meeting in Egypt didn’t end with as much progress as many activists hoped. Yet discussions about climate reparations began, which represented a step forward for many, and the voice of the Global South increased in many corners of the debate. Those issues as well as such topics as climate migration and activism by young people dominated the climate story in 2022.

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