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“What Climate Change Would Actually Look Like”

The video is a great visual representation of what many monuments and places on the East Coast would actually look like if sea level rose by 5 feet, 12 feet, and 25 feet. Video: 

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“This Is Your Country With 10 Feet Of Sea Level Rise”

A new interactive map has been released which demonstrates how the United States would look if climate change and sea level rise continue at the predicted rate. 12.3 million people who live by the coasts would be impacted, and great … Continue reading

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Climate Change: No Longer a “Problem for Future Generations”

The end is not near, it’s here. The U.S. Global Change Research Program released a report that analyzes the present impacts of climate change across the United States. It examines regional and sectoral data, as well as the implications for¬†infrastructure, … Continue reading

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Mapping the Impacts of Climate Change

Concerned about what climate change could mean for your region? This interactive map shows which areas are at the greatest risk for sea level rise, extreme weather, and agricultural productivity loss. China and India are among the highest overall risk … Continue reading

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