Resettling the First American 'Climate Refugees'. (The New York Times, 5/3/2016)
One of those grants, $48 million for Isle de Jean Charles, is something new: the first allocation of federal tax dollars to move an entire community struggling with the impacts of climate change. The divisions the effort has exposed and the logistical and moral dilemmas it has presented point up in microcosm the massive problems the world could face in the coming decades as it confronts a new category of displaced people who have become known as climate refugees.
It's happening. Now. Do do do do do do do ..
Dear Climate Hustle nutburgers, Please watch this short video. Love, Retiring Guy. (5/9/2016)
Climate Change and dying coral reefs: World sticks collective head in sand. (4/10/2016)
Climate change, rising sea level threaten Kennedy Space Center launch site. (4/6/2016)
The Marshall Islands and climate change: "We're talking about something that's happening NOW" . (12/2/2015)
Climate change/ocean acidification: Washington's conservative legislators fiddle while the state's baby oysters die by the billions. (8/4/2014)
The rising sea levels of Bangladesh. (3/30/2014)
Florida's vulnerable coastline. (11/12/2013)
Climate change, as a matter of fact. (8/31/2013)