rising sea level

The village of Innaarsuit fears a devastating tsunami if the mountain of ice plunges into the sea.
"Cruelly, it will be the poor that will suffer the most."
"We won't see a presidential candidate like Bernie again in our lifetimes." As I heard these words, spoken by a woman at a Sanders campaign event recently, I felt a chill go through me. Because I knew she was right. We won't.
We just feel like today will be the day someone jumps out and yells "April Fools! Biff from Back to the Future II isn't really running for president! And a madman isn't actually in charge of a nuclear-armed country." Right? Right?
In Miami, my colleagues at The Nature Conservancy just announced a partnership with an engineering firm to develop new strategies
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All are the creation of Xavier Cortada, artist in residence at Florida International University, whose work is inspired by
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This river is one of a network of thousands at the front line of climate change.
The Pope has been especially clear and vocal about his views of climate change as a real, pervasive, and devastating factor in today's world and that our understanding and response to the problem is essential to the future survival of all people worldwide.
But there are still cities that could be saved by reducing carbon emissions.
In his encyclical, Laudato Si, Pope Francis describes the immorality of a society based on over-consumption, which takes from the earth more than can be sustained, and chokes our land and our oceans and our atmosphere with waste.