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Seattle's flower farmers hit hard by frequent flooding
Cheap bouquets are a mainstay of Seattle's farmer's markets -- but the Hmong farmers responsible for cultivating those bright blooms are losing their livelihood to the increasingly erratic Snoqualmie River.
Florida's future is so ... (glub, glub, glub)
South Florida's main counties are pulling together to address rising seawaters' threats, but tourism groups, businesses and others seem relatively unconcerned.
Philippines super typhoon may be strongest ever
The typhoon, which hit the Philippines at 4 a.m. local time, is expected to reach levels not measurable by the current storm measurement scale.
Four tribes of climate change. Where do you belong?
Are you a "civilization cynic," a "fossil fighter," a "dogma disputer" or an "industry improver"? In 2006, a unified narrative around climate change appeared to be emerging. Since then, we've divided into four camps, each with its own hopes, fears and story to tell.
'Fogmageddon' will last through weekend
Fog will continue to blanket the southern Puget Sound through at least Sunday. The misty gloom is the result of a high-pressure system that is moving slowly through the area.
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