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For developing countries, reckoning with disasters like Irma will be harder thanks to Trump

President Donald Trump’s dramatic reversal of domestic and international climate action is about to take a heavy toll on developing territories and countries devastated by Hurricane Irma — something that could play out repeatedly in the years to come as climate change continues to intensify the impact of natural disasters. Irma, one of the strongest […]
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