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Tri-state residents make life changes in response to climate change concerns

According to a 2021 Pew Research Center survey, 44% of Americans are willing to make “some” changes to how they live and work to help reduce the effects of global climate change. Another 30% said they were willing to make “a lot” of changes.

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In Virginia, sea-level rise and flooding prompt new strategy

Resilience framework will prioritize regional coordination and nature-based solutions to aid vulnerable communities.

As climate risk grows, cities test a tough strategy: Saying ‘no’ to developers
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As climate risk grows, cities test a tough strategy: Saying ‘no’ to developers

A fight in Virginia Beach demonstrates the hard choices cities face when the pressure for new homes collides with the rising toll of natural disasters.
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As climate risk grows, cities test a tough strategy: Saying 'no' to developers
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As climate risk grows, cities test a tough strategy: Saying 'no' to developers

A fight in Virginia Beach demonstrates the hard choices cities face when the pressure for new homes collides with the rising toll of natural disasters.
In the Arctic, increased vessel traffic brings concerns over pollution
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In the Arctic, increased vessel traffic brings concerns over pollution

As vessel traffic continues to increase through the northern Bering Sea and Bering Strait region of Alaska - driven by factors including diminishing Arctic sea ice, accessible natural resources, and interest in shorter travel - concerns are mounting that the waste produced by these ships could cause significant harm on this highly productive marine ecosystem and the people who live here.

Why has one of the world's biggest funders of environmental conservation also given $4 million to a climate denial group?
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Why has one of the world's biggest funders of environmental conservation also given $4 million to a climate denial group?

The Pew Charitable Trusts, one of the world’s biggest funders of environmental conservation groups, has given almost $5 million since 2011 to an organization that rejects the overwhelming evidence that human-caused climate change is dangerous, DeSmog has found.
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