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Finding resilience in history to combat climate change

A look into how Native North Americans adapted their societies during the Little Ice Age offers insights for modern climate change resilience.

Kathleen DuVal reports for The Atlantic.

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Florida House passes bill to establish climate change resiliency office

Florida’s state House on Wednesday passed a measure to create a state climate resilience office, with only a single nay vote against the move.
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Kerry warns about efforts to blunt climate change: 'We're in trouble'

U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry warned Monday that the world is “in trouble” and off-track on its efforts to mitigate or reverse the impacts of climate change.
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Liza Featherstone: We’re freaking out about rats cause we can’t handle climate change

The current panic about urban decay and disorder is classic displacement.
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David L. Kelly and Renato Molina: Climate gentrification and affordable housing policies

Prioritizing Miami Beach may be the best route if the public is looking to minimize total economic losses due to climate risk. The problem with this strategy is that low income areas are left less protected.
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Canada’s conservation efforts must prioritize areas resilient to climate change, researchers say

New studies show that factoring climate change impacts into planning for protected areas can help achieve emission reduction and biodiversity targets.

The Philippines is building a climate change-resilient city

The Philippines is building a climate change-resilient city

In a race against climate change, the Philippines is developing a $14 billion metropolis larger than Manhattan called New Clark City designed to be resilient — and sustainable.