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Snakes, spores and sewage: Life in the N.Y.C. neighborhood ‘the Hole’

The small neighborhood on the border of Brooklyn and Queens has a colorful history but an uncertain future because of climate change.
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Colleges showcase mass timber, in research and on display

Experts say universities are helping to increase awareness of mass timber — layers of wood bonded with glue or nails — by demonstrating its potential as a low-carbon alternative to steel and concrete.

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The climate impact of your neighborhood, mapped

Where and how you live shapes your household’s contribution to climate change. Explore differences across the nation.
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The climate impact of your neighborhood, mapped

Where and how you live shapes your household’s contribution to climate change. Explore differences across the nation.
'Do you really want to rebuild at 80?' Rethinking where to retire

'Do you really want to rebuild at 80?' Rethinking where to retire

It’s a small yet noticeable shift, experts say — but climate change is causing retirees to start reconsidering moves to disaster-prone dream locales.
For waterfront homeowners, moving can have a different meaning

For waterfront homeowners, moving can have a different meaning

Beach erosion and the frequent occurrence of high tides and strong storms are causing some owners to contemplate lifting or moving as added protection.
Why is New York still building on the waterfront?

Why is New York still building on the waterfront?

There are two simple reasons. One, it makes money. And two, people just love water.
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