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In the 10/01/2022 edition:

TikTok Just Became a Go-To Source for Real-Time Videos of Hurricane Ian

Move over CNN, the video hosting platform frequented by Gen Z has had over 1.7 billion views on #HurricaneIan. Also, planetary health “prescriptions,” blue lakes turning green and the landfill next door.

The sight of a weatherman clinging to a street sign in the middle of a hurricane is so ubiquitous in American media that in 2013 singer/songwriter Brent Burns wrote an ode to The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore. On Wednesday, the song was revived on TikTok by a user showing preparations for Hurricane Ian in Punta Gorda, Florida.



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In Pivotal Climate Case, UN Panel Says Australia Violated Islanders’ Human Rights

Committee asks the Canberra government to compensate Torres Strait Islanders for harm from rising seas and to take steps to protect them.

The United Nations Human Rights Committee has declared that the Australian government violated the human rights of Indigenous Torres Strait Islanders by failing to adequately protect them from the severe impacts of climate change. 



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