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Experts point to Virginia’s long coastline as especially vulnerable to sea-level rise.
The American southwest is likely to be among the country’s hardest-hit areas.
Seals in the harsh Atlantic are collecting data in places that humans can’t get to.
Making a difference ‘one meal at a time’ is how Earthbound Farm co-founder Myra Goodman strives for her goal of seeing people eat more plant-based foods … and more often.
Peter Sinclair’s new ‘This is Not Cool’ video for Yale Climate Connections outlines strong case for electric vehicles … and a bright future.
‘Long-term solutions’ is what Hoboken, New Jersey, Mayor Dawn Zimmer is looking for after Superstorm Sandy filled the city ‘like a bathtub’ … and convinced her the town now is on the climate change ‘front line.’
San Diego’s plan to open the world’s largest desalination plant over the next few years is a critical step — one of many — in the efforts of southern California to support a growing population in a warmer and drier [...]