It’s Complicated: Climate Change in Southern New England
From vector-borne diseases to the stability of our fisheries to the most vulnerable populations in the region's urban cores, climate change is poised to impact every aspect of life in southern New England. No doubt, things are changing, but how things may change is complicated. This six-story series explores areas of potential climate disruption and what is being done by grassroots organizations and policymakers to prepare.
This series was made possible by a generous grant from the Island Foundation.
Oceanic Acid Trip Bad for Business
Ocean acidification, a byproduct of the planet’s changing climate, is threatening shellfish and the industries they support. Read Story
Climate Planning: The Heat Is On
Heat intensifies air pollution and prompts asthma attacks and other respiratory illnesses. Increased rainfall increases runoff that carries toxic chemicals and pathogens, polluting groundwater and swimming areas. Read Story