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Rising tides increase fecal bacteria in coastal waters, study finds

Rising tides increase fecal bacteria in coastal waters, study finds

High tide events now bring more than just seawater to North Carolina's beaches; they also raise the risk of fecal contamination in coastal waters.

Liz McLaughlin reports for WRAL.

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Florida shifts focus from climate change to energy security in new legislation

Florida’s energy policy may exclude climate change considerations.

Amy Green reports for Inside Climate News.

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Mangroves are changing the landscape of the Texas coast

Mangroves are changing the landscape of the Texas coast

As temperatures rise due to climate change, mangroves are increasingly populating the Texas coast, leading scientists to explore their effects on the region's ecosystems.

Emily Foxhall reports for The Texas Tribune.

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Turning mud into marshland in San Francisco Bay
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Turning mud into marshland in San Francisco Bay

San Francisco Bay's scientists are pioneering marshland restoration techniques to preserve critical habitats and protect against coastal erosion.

Erica Gies reports for Hakai Magazine.

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Opinion: Climate risks to nuclear sites escalate with changing weather patterns

Opinion: Climate risks to nuclear sites escalate with changing weather patterns

In an era of escalating climate threats, nuclear facilities face unprecedented challenges.

Mark Gongloff writes for Bloomberg.

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Rising sea levels and sinking lands: a looming challenge for US coastal cities

Rising sea levels and sinking lands: a looming challenge for US coastal cities

In a recent study, Virginia Tech researchers uncover that sinking land, coupled with rising sea levels, threatens to flood 24 U.S. coastal cities by 2050, impacting half a million residents.

Moriah McDonald reports for Inside Climate News.

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