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Storm damage worsens in a warming world, hiking pressure to adapt

In 2019, Mozambique and Zimbabwe were struck by Idai, the deadliest and costliest cyclone recorded in the southwest Indian Ocean. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Megan Rowling

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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