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    New Homes and the Rising Sea

    Ocean at the Door

    Climate Central and Zillow have isolated the number of new homes in low-lying coastal areas in all 24 coastal states, projecting how many will become exposed to chronic ocean flooding over the coming decades — depending on what choices the world make

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    New Homes and the Rising Sea

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    Warming at 100 Military Sites Across the U.S.

    Extreme weather, sea level rise

    100 important military bases across the U.S. are warming from climate change, contributing to the increase in extreme weather that stresses our military

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    Warming at 100 Military Sites Across the U.S.

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    Widespread Climate Benefits of Trees

    Celebrate trees

    Trees have widespread climate benefits, from lowering cooling costs to reducing our carbon footprint

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    Widespread Climate Benefits of Trees

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