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Heaven Or High Water: Selling Miami’s Last 50 Years

Heaven Or High Water: Selling Miami’s Last 50 Years

Cities Long Reads

The consensus among informed observers is that the sea will rise in Miami Beach somewhere between 13 and 34 inches by 2050. Sunset Harbour is expected to fare slightly worse, and to do so more quickly. Thus, I felt the Sunset Harbour area was a good place to start pretending to buy a home here.

The Race To Understand Antarctica’s Most Terrifying Glacier

The Race To Understand Antarctica’s Most Terrifying Glacier

Long Reads Nature

Thwaites Glacier has long been the subject of dark speculation. If this mysterious glacier were to break down into icebergs and eventually collapse into the ocean—it might be more than a scientific curiosity. It might be the kind of event that changes the course of civilization.

The Day Australia Burned

The Day Australia Burned

Long Reads Nature

Months of drought and high temperatures pushed the country to one of its worst-ever wildfire seasons. On New Year’s Eve the terrified citizens of New South Wales saw a glimpse of Australia’s new future.

Could Air-Conditioning Fix Climate Change?

Could Air-Conditioning Fix Climate Change?

Innovation Nature Science

Air conditioning systems can replace the entire air volume in an office building five or 10 times an hour.  Machines that capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere—a developing fix for climate change—also depend on moving large volumes of air.  So why not save energy by tacking the carbon capture machine onto the air conditioner?

Virginia Mori

Inspiration
Virginia Mori
Design Schemes To Survive Climate Change

Design Schemes To Survive Climate Change

Architecture Design Innovation Nature

A new generation of ­architects, designers, and experts is creating infrastructure and buildings that respond to both extreme conditions and ongoing stress. Here’s a look at some of the most ­innovative approaches to living in a ­increasingly apocalyptic world.

The Subtle Seduction Of The ‘Warm’ In Global Warming

The Subtle Seduction Of The ‘Warm’ In Global Warming

Nature

In a report called “Most Like It Hot,” the Pew Research Center found that 57 percent of Americans prefer to live in a city with a hot climate, and only 29 percent prefer cold locales. Could our collective preference for balmy weather be lulling us into a false sense of complacency toward climate change?

The Dark Side Of Electronic Waste Recycling

The Dark Side Of Electronic Waste Recycling

Business Nature Science Tech

Electronics can be hazardous when disposed of improperly, and the Basel Action Network, or BAN, investigates the underground world of the e-waste trade. The nonprofit group secretly embeds trackers in discarded devices, then hands them to recyclers to see where they end up, exposing bad practices in the process.

How Earth Would Look If All The Ice Melted

How Earth Would Look If All The Ice Melted

Nature Videos World

As National Geographic showed us, sea levels would rise by 216 feet if all the land ice on the planet were to melt. This would dramatically reshape the continents and drown many of the world’s major cities.

How To Build An Eco-Warrior

How To Build An Eco-Warrior

Nature Politics

Like her school-skipping compatriot Pippi Longstocking, the classic of children’s literature created by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, Greta Thunberg loves calling bullshit on adults, their ​nuanced” worldview and self-congratulating conspiracies.

Matt Rota

Inspiration
Matt Rota
In Arizona, A Case Study In How Architecture Can Adapt To Climate Change

In Arizona, A Case Study In How Architecture Can Adapt To Climate Change

Architecture Innovation Nature

In Phoenix, just above the Sonoran Desert, an architecture firm has built an office space as a model of regenerative architecture, which uses existing natural resources to create more life. Through implementing a regenerative design, the firm has been able to increase biodiversity and sustainably harness the sun’s natural energy.

The Doomsday Glacier

The Doomsday Glacier

Long Reads Nature

Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica is so remote that only 28 human beings have ever set foot on it. In the farthest reaches of Antarctica, a nightmare scenario of crumbling ice – and rapidly rising seas – could spell disaster for a warming planet.

How We Can Cool Our Cities

How We Can Cool Our Cities

Cities Innovation Videos

With intensive development in urban areas and the impacts of global warming becoming ever more apparent, numerous cities around the world are now taking steps to reduce their temperatures and develop a more sustainable urban environment. Here are 3 innovative ways to bring temperatures down.

The Rail Industry’s Secret, Decades-Long Fight Against The Climate

The Rail Industry’s Secret, Decades-Long Fight Against The Climate

Business Nature Science

For nearly 30 years, America’s four biggest rail companies—which move the majority of the country’s coal—have spent millions to deny climate science and block climate policy. They have joined or funded groups that attacked individual scientists and rejected reports from major scientific institutions.

The Climate Activists Who Dismiss Meat Consumption Are Wrong

The Climate Activists Who Dismiss Meat Consumption Are Wrong

Food Nature

All too frequently, activists, politicians, and scientists reduce the all-consuming crisis of global warming to a question of greenhouse gas emissions: what drives them up, and how best to bring them down. The natural world and its nonhuman inhabitants are reduced to a series of models and equations.

Antarctica Melting: Climate Change And The Journey To The ‘Doomsday Glacier’

Antarctica Melting: Climate Change And The Journey To The ‘Doomsday Glacier’

Nature Science

Icefin has reached the point at which the warm ocean water meets the wall of ice at the front of the mighty Thwaites glacier – the point where this vast body of ice begins to melt. Glaciologists have described Thwaites as the “most important” glacier in the world, the “riskiest” glacier, even the “doomsday” glacier.

Britain’s Collapsing Coastline

Britain’s Collapsing Coastline

Nature Videos

Coastal erosion is occurring along 17 per cent of the UK coastline. The worst affected is the town of Happisburgh in Norfolk, predicted to lose the most land over the next 20 years.

Joseph Ford

Inspiration
Joseph Ford
Drought And Floods — The Climate Exodus

Drought And Floods — The Climate Exodus

Nature Videos

More people around the world are fleeing from climate change than from war. If human-induced climate change continues at the current rate, the World Bank warns that by 2050 there could be as many as 180 million climate refugees.

Sea Level Rise: A Small California Town Embraces Managed Retreat

Sea Level Rise: A Small California Town Embraces Managed Retreat

Nature

At a time when Del Mar, Pacifica and other coastal cities are fighting to defend their homes and roads from the rising sea, Marina has embarked on a path less traveled. Here in this Army turned university town, residents are learning how to adjust with the ocean as the water moves inland.

The Empty Houses That Foreign Aid Built

The Empty Houses That Foreign Aid Built

Long Reads Nature World

After the devastation of the 2004 tsunami, aid agencies promised to rebuild Indonesia “better.” Fifteen years later, their failures are all too obvious. The disaster hit Aceh the hardest. The evacuation buildings are unmistakably the shiniest features of the city’s newly built landscape.

Why Singapore Is Heating Up 2x Faster Than The Planet

Why Singapore Is Heating Up 2x Faster Than The Planet

Cities Videos

Singapore is heating up twice as fast as the rest of the world – with maximum daily temperatures predicted to reach 35-37 degrees Celsius by year 2100. This video explores how, beyond climate change, the urban heat island effect spells trouble for future Singapore.

Who Owns Antartica?

Who Owns Antartica?

Nature Politics World

Ever since Roald Amundsen planted his flag on the South Pole, the issue of Antarctica’s ownership has been a thorny one. But in 1959, a pioneering deal was reached to preserve and help save the environment. This is the story and impact of the Antarctic Treaty and the pressures the continent still faces.

Future Shock In The Countryside

Future Shock In The Countryside

Nature Tech

Conflicting populations already struggle against the seasonal chaos of floods and droughts. The large industrial centers that power fossil-fuel pollution are at risk—the Pearl River Delta is one—but disproportionate consequences are poised to fall upon areas that did little to contribute.

The Divers Rescuing A Drowning Island

The Divers Rescuing A Drowning Island

Nature World

Vaan Island in India’s Gulf of Mannar has been rapidly disappearing into the Laccadive Sea. These waters are home to India’s most varied and biodiverse coastlines. But a team of marine biologists is working to save it.

This Is What The Earth’s Climate Will Look Like In 2050

This Is What The Earth’s Climate Will Look Like In 2050

Nature World

We know that Earth will continue to warm. We know that the adverse impacts of climate change are disproportionately larger as we go to higher temperatures and that the risk of irreversible and disastrous changes increases. We know that sea levels will continue to rise and that melting of ice caps will continue.

World Underwater, Exploring The Future Of The Earth

World Underwater, Exploring The Future Of The Earth

Nature Photos

Inspired by a trip to Venice, Italy, the series World Underwater explores the future of Earth. It imagines our world absolutely overwhelmed by global floods and rising waters. Images by American photographer and 3D artist Hayden Clay.

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