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False autumn and one US city's renewable plans: 5 climate change stories to read this week

False autumn, Chicago to run on renewable energy, wonky vegetables - here are the latest stories on climate change. Image: Unsplash/Erik Witsoe

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Much of Europe is facing drought alerts and warnings. Image: Global Drought Observatory

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Chicago plans to power its public buildings and operations with 100% renewable energy by 2025. Image: Chicago 2022 Climate Action Plan
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