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Six Bangladeshi Women on the Front Lines of Climate Change
Original Feature

Six Bangladeshi Women on the Front Lines of Climate Change

Posted: March 8, 2019

We already know that climate change affects women disproportionately, but it is especially dramatic in Bangladesh. Caught between erratic rainfall and rising sea levels, women are struggling to guard their lives and livelihoods. During an ...

After Hurricane Irene, New Jersey builds against future floods
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NJTV News

After Hurricane Irene, New Jersey builds against future floods

Premiered: September 24, 2018

Aggressive flood waters prove to be an issue during each hurricane season. In New Jersey, flood waters threatened the American Water treatment plant during Hurricane Irene and that prompted a $37 million project to harden its perimeter. These ...

Climate Change and Urban Renewal
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DPTV

Climate Change and Urban Renewal

Premiered: February 26, 2018

Flooding and severe storms are one of the biggest worries for municipalities throughout the U.S. as they prepare for the effects of climate change. In Detroit, getting ready for changing weather patterns has prompted a creative new way to use the ...

Sea Level Rise Puts Pressure on Hyde County
UNC-TV

Sea Level Rise Puts Pressure on Hyde County

Posted: February 5, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCBRqIbFZfQ This piece was produced by our partners at UNC-TV Science. HYDE COUNTY, N.C — Newman Seafood sits on a spit of land jutting into Pamlico Sound, just outside Swan Quarter. “My brother and I ...

NYC Rising
Original Series

NYC Rising

Posted: February 5, 2018

The world’s climate is changing and sea levels are rising. For New York City, Superstorm Sandy in 2012 was a costly wake-up call. Now, more than ever before, the city needs a way to protect its future and make it more resilient after extreme ...

How one storm could destroy NYC’s main food supply
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Original Series

How one storm could destroy NYC’s main food supply

Premiered: February 7, 2018

In Hunts Point, the workday ends at 7:00AM for most workers. That's because they've been working all night in the bustling food distribution center in the South Bronx that serves as the food supply hub for 22 million people... but sits vulnerably ...

A Managed Retreat
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MetroFocus

A Managed Retreat

Premiered: January 27, 2017

Years after Hurricane Sandy hit, many people effected by the storm still long to go home but can’t. Our partners at MetroFocus hear how the Nature Conservancy is working to relocate families with flooded homes.