NewsMarch 16, 2012

Coverage of Surging Seas Inundates the Nation

By Climate Central

Climate Central’s report, “Surging Seas”, has been featured by media across the country, and stories on the study have appeared in more than 900 broadcast reports, print and online publications. That includes featured coverage by the New York Times, The Associated Press, Reuters, NBC Nightly News, CBS News, CNN and PBS NewsHour. The following represent some of what those news outlets had to say:

New York Times
Rising Sea Levels Seen as Threat to Coastal U.S.

Miami Herald
Florida at Highest Risk for Flooding From Sea Level Rise, Report Finds

CBS News
Watch: Climate Change May Impact 4 Million

Floods Spurred by Rising Seas Threaten 5 Million

NBC Nightly
Watch: Rising Sea Levels Could Put Millions at Risk by 2030

The Associated Press
New Figures: More of U.S. at Risk to Sea Level Rise

PBS NewsHour
Watch: PBS Interview with Ben Strauss
Will Your City Be Underwater? There's a Map for That

Climate: A Valuable New Tool Lets You See Where the Sea Will Rise

Los Angeles Times
Rising Sea: Millions at Growing Risk of Flooding, Report Finds

Washington Post
Sea Level Rise From Global Warming Magnifies Coastal Flood Risk in D.C., mid-Atlantic

Christian Science Monitor
Sea Level Studies: U.S. Coasts Even More Vulnerable Than Previously Thought

Global Warming Could Cause More Frequent Flooding for 3.7 Million in U.S.

US News & World Report
Study: Rising Sea Level Threatens Homes of 4 Million Americans

Study: 5 Million Face Increased Flooding Risk

International Business Times
Global Warming: Surging Seas Levels Threaten U.S. Coasts: Study

Watch: Figures Show More of U.S. at Risk to Sea Level Rise

South Florida Sun-Sentinel
See Which South Florida Neighborhoods Will be Underwater

Are You in Harm's Way? Rising Seas Increase Flood Risk in California