Thousands of coastal Texas residents may find their homes and bank accounts under water as early as 2030 due to as climate change-driven sea level rise according to new estimates released by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Everglades restoration plans drafted nearly three decades ago to move more water south are almost finished. Work to bridge another stretch of the Tamiami Trail will be done next year. But figuring out where to put the water could get complicated.
While climate change is often described as a time-urgent existential threat, few funders or nonprofits fully act on that belief. The Climate Mobilization Project was founded to do just that. Who’s supporting it?