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Some of the ‘world’s first climate refugees’ appear to have no option other than to evacuate their Newtok, Alaska, homes.
Personalized stories, rather than over-reliance on science alone, are the focus of some Pacific Northwest storytellers.
Officials from four south Florida counties are united in pursuing ‘practical solutions’ to climate and weather challenges they see across their region now.
If you can get them laughing, you have a good chance of getting them learning, a stand-up climate comedian advises.
The National Park Service is taking steps in New York to help reduce future storm surge inundations of some of the nation’s most well-known national landmarks.
More and more urban areas are undertaking ‘cool strategies’ to deal with large cities’ ‘urban heat island’ challenges.
An ‘uncertain future’ lies ahead for those involved with — and enjoying — tourism, one of the world’s largest industries.