RISING SEAS

Unlike blue-state California, deeply crimson Louisiana shuns climate talk as it gets on with the task of battling rising seas.

Addressing sea-level rise will cost a staggering sum of public and private money, and will particularly impact the poor and vulnerable. A look at the challenge California faces, and how…

For Will Travis, it began 12 years ago, with an eye-opening article in the New Yorker magazine about rising seas and the widespread flooding and dislocation that would bring.

Within California’s gargantuan bureaucracy there is a group of experts that more or less counts the grains of sand on state beaches? Pretty much. The scientists and agency officials work…

A slow-moving emergency is lapping at California’s shores— climate-driven sea-level rise that experts now predict could elevate the water in coastal areas up to 10 feet in just 70 years.

Rising Seas: The Series Part 1:  California submerging Part 2:  Shoring up the state Shifting sands Interactive threat map via Climate Central To explore more on your own: The 2017...

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