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A Tale of Two Cities: Flooding and Sea Level Rise Watch Video

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A Tale of Two Cities: Flooding and Sea Level Rise

Our Ben Strauss spoke with PBS NewsHour's Jackie Judd about flooding, climate change and coastal communities.

Woods Placky Talks Heavy Rain with Sam Champion Watch Video

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Woods Placky Talks Heavy Rain with Sam Champion

Climate Central's Chief Meteorologist talks heavy rain and climate change with The Weather Channel's Sam Champion.

The Dangerous Duo: Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge Watch Video

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The Dangerous Duo: Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge

NBC’s Anne Thompson talks with Dr. Ben Strauss on how the combo of climate-change induced sea level rise and storm surge increase the odds of Sandy-like storms happening again in the near future.

Coping with Climate Change Watch Video

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Coping with Climate Change

Dr. Ben Strauss offers his sea level rise expertise in the PBS NewsHour report on how to better prepare for a superstorm like Sandy.

Question Left in the Wake of Sandy Watch Video

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Question Left in the Wake of Sandy

CBS Morning News talks with Climate Central sea level rise expert Dr. Ben Strauss a week after Superstorm Sandy on what to expect in a world changed by global warming.

Adapting Miami to Climate Change Watch Video

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Adapting Miami to Climate Change

Some in Florida who lived through Katrina now are preparing for climate change-related disasters they fear could be more damaging than a hurricane.

A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change Watch Video

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A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change

Gordon Rogers, River Keeper of Georgia's Little Satilla River, shows us the impacts he sees in a precious ecosystem along Georgia's coast.

Georgia: Coal and Carbon Watch Video

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Georgia: Coal and Carbon

Coal generates carbon dioxide when combusted, which is causing the world to warm. In Georgia, a state that gets over 60 percent of its electricity from coal, some coastal residents are connecting the dots between coal and changes in the local ecology and economy attributed to global warming.

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CO2 Injection CO2 captured from coal-fired electric power plants may be injected for storage into porous layers of rock and sand

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