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A new kind of travel insurance for climate change announced a $4 million raise.

When climate scientist Nick Cavanaugh lived in Seattle, he was blessed with a geography that gave way to beautiful running trails, arduous hikes, and snow-powdered hills that lended itself to snowboarding and skiing. Weekend outdoor activities were only a stone’s throw away, but were also so heavily dependent on the weather.

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The holiday travel season is upon us.

With 59% of Americans now fully vaccinated, experts are predicting Thanksgiving will bring the largest travel surge expected since the start of the pandemic. More than 53 million Americans are expected to travel this Thanksgiving weekend. In Los Angeles, two million are expected to come through LAX.

For those trying to make last-minute travel plans (and assuming you're vaccinated), here are a few apps and services—many of them based in L.A.—that can help.

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As governments cautiously lift COVID restrictions and borders reopen, the founders of millennial-focused travel app Elude are optimistic about the future of travel.

The app lets users enter their budget and see the types of trips they can afford, instead of having to enter destination after destination, only to see themselves priced out.

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