Conversely, The New York Times, takes a head-on approach.
Intensified by ClimateChange, ‘KingTides’ Change Waysof Life in Florida. (11/18/2016)
In South Florida, which takes rising sea levels seriously enough to form a regional compact to deal with global warming, climate change is no abstract issue. By 2100, sea levels could swell high enough to submerge 12.5 percent of Florida’s homes. These so-called king tides, which happen frequently, are the most blatant example of the interplay between rising seas and the alignment of the moon, sun and Earth. Even without a drop of rain, some places flood routinely.
Carl Hiaasen: Scott’s ‘creative editing’ deftly deletes ‘climate change’. (Miami Herald, 3/13/2015)
The video doesn't tell us about the incidents of sunny-day flooding. (10/24/2016)
Cherry Grove, South Carolina: Call it nuisance flooding or high-tide flooding or sunny day flooding, but most of all call it more likely to happen. (2/23/2016)
Norfolk, Virginia. (2/23/2016)
Sunny-day flooding in Miami Beach: The everyday reality and the political denial. (5/9/2014)