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Here’s What Works–and What Doesn’t–when It Comes to Coping with Climate Change at the Edge of the Sea

The tanks at the Sai Kung fish market in Hong Kong were brimming with unusual creatures. Buyers chose from live mantis shrimp, sea snails, lobsters, clams, giant groupers, and arrays of other fish and had them cooked on the spot. There was every kind of seafood under the sun. And from all appearances, many of […]

The First Line of Defense for Hurricane Dorian Is the Shoreline

Climate change is increasing the probability of hurricanes like Dorian, while development is destroying natural protective barriers like mangrove trees. So what can we do about it? Professor Steven Scyphers lends his expertise.