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Atlantic Coastal Flooding Needs Planned Retreat

On February 24, 2018, I created a Facebook group titled “Overground Railroad” which has only seven members and very few visitors. The description is “a group to explore how to prepare climate refugees to migrate to the Midwest, and how … Continue reading

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Helplessly Hoping?

Watching the slow motion disaster of Hurricane Dorian, I am reminded of feeling similarly helpless as I watched Hurricane Katrina devastate New Orleans in 2005. Unfortunately Dorian seems to validate the assertion that we will see more powerful storms due … Continue reading

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Climate Migrants

I’ve been writing a lot about the millions of people who will be forced to move from their homes because of any one of a number of the effects of climate change. That includes fires, floods, destruction from high winds, … Continue reading

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