New evidence shows that protecting natural ecosystems is an effective way to reduce risks from coastal storms and flooding.
Don't get bogged down in draining the swamp. They're one of the necessities to turn back the impact of climate change.
According to the Forest Service, climate change has expanded the wildfire season by an average of 78 days per year since 1970
The study, published in the journal Nature, finds a 10 percent slowdown in storm speed between 1949 and 2016.
Who could possibly have guessed that this might happen?
Maybe someone should do something?
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