All posts tagged Climate

Notes from the Great Transition

Training people to help create communities that are better suited to a changing environment is important work—but quite a challenge when it’s not at all clear what that future will look like.

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Edgy Stuff: November 2015 Recommendations

November 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Building Beaches: Beach Nourishment in the United States

A hard look at the soft engineering that goes into our beaches.

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Edgy Stuff: May 2015 Recommendations and a New Editor-At-Large

The Edge Effects editorial board introduces a new Editor-At-Large and shares our May 2015 recommendations.

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Why Our Students Should Debate Climate Change

Teaching the history of science in an age of climate denialism produces surprising questions about nature, knowledge, and democracy.

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Our Climatic Fate? Oreskes and Conway’s “Collapse of Western Civilization”

Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway’s tale of our catastrophic future is a provocative hybrid of scholarship and science fiction that’s great for the classroom.

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Highly exploratory “what-if” visualizations help policymakers and citizens understand potential climate futures.

Land, Water, and Climate Change in Five Interactive Maps

Five new visualization tools help us explore how climate change might affect the places where land and water meet.

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Shored Up: The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy at the Rockaway Peninsula

In 2012, Hurricane Sandy made devastating landfall at the Rockaway Peninsula in New York City, offering forebodings of still more powerful storms to come.

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