Damaged house in Brooklyn, N.Y., after Hurricane Sandy, 2012. Wikimedia Commons
The steady rise of the sea along the coasts of the United States has led towns and cities to change how they give out building permits, respond to emergencies, and navigate their roads. I have written two stories that focus in on three towns in Connecticut in particular.
See my article in the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media, an online magazine edited by Bud Ward.