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November 5, 2019
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Nov

Climate Connections: With sea levels rising, these strategies could help coastal communities prepare

Among the many points driven home by the likely climate change-fueled destruction and property losses unleashed by recent hurricanes and torrential rains: A lot of U.S. homes are in harm’s way from sea-level rise, storm surges, and punishing winds. If they’re damaged, odds are they’ll be rebuilt at the same locations, remaining in harm’s way....
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05
Nov

Huff Po: 22 Minutes In The Life Of Louisiana’s Climate Refugees

In “Lowland Kids,” two teenagers grapple with leaving an island that’s sinking before their very eyes. Chris Brunet has a tough decision to make, and he’s quickly running out of time. As a lifelong resident of Isle de Jean Charles, Brunet, 54, is considered to be among America’s first “climate refugees.” He’s contemplating whether to...
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