The Sand Engine restores sand to the beach with minimal environmental impact.
Hari moderates a panel on how Native Americans are coping with climate change.
Washington's Quileute tribe, thrust into the spotlight by the "Twilight" series,' has been in a struggle to reclaim land threatened by floods and sea level rise. Together with KCTS9 and EarthFix, NewsHour visited the tribe to hear their story.
In collaboration with Louisiana Public Broadcasting, the PBS NewsHour examines the vanishing coastline of Louisiana and the effect it's having on the native tribes who live there. This report is part of our series Coping with Climate Change.
By Saskia de Melker
There are few places in America that are as vulnerable to climate change as Isle de Jean Charles in coastal Louisiana, which has been home for generations of native tribes. The island is on the frontlines of erosion, saltwater intrusion…
Interview with Torbjorn Tornqvist, Tulane University on sea level rise and subsidence…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Global climate change could have an increasing effect on U.S. strategic interests and will likely pose "a serious threat to America's national security," a panel of retired generals and admirals said Monday.
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