Climate Change

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Can Boston Adapt to Rising Seas?

An MIT panel ponders the choices, and a Boston Globe reporter looks to Europe for... More

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Envisioning a Watery Future for Miami

Will technology find a way to cope with rising seas? More

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In Switch, Miami Budget Adds Money for Sea-Level Rise Strategy

Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez responded to pressure this month by funding a full-time... More

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Could New Orleans Handle Another Katrina?

Experts question whether New Orleans is adequately protected. The city's rebuilt... More

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California Drought: What Does It Mean for Builders?

California builders see risk and opportunity in the state’s response to a critical... More

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Fighting the Encroaching Sea on the South Carolina Shore

South Carolina eases off slightly on its strict prohibition against armoring the shoreline. More

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A Rhode Island Coastal Town Makes Ready for High Water

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, some Rhode Island shore dwellers are moving back, while others are moving up. More

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South Carolina Reduces Fine in Illegal Seawall Case

A South Carolina state board has reduced the fine on a condo association that built an illegal, unreported seawall to defend its building from encroaching surf. More

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Soggy Lawns Signal Virginia's Sea Level Woes

The encroaching ocean poses a vexing problem for coastal homeowners along the Virginia shore. More

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New Online "Slosh" Maps Show Worst-Case Hurricane Surge Risk

Could a direct hit from a hurricane storm surge flood out your neighborhood? A new... More

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