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David Suzuki | Why are creatures like electric rays, which prefer warmer southern California or Baja waters, turning up with greater frequency further north?
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Redeye Collective | Cyclone Pam devastated the South Pacific island of Vanuatu in mid-March. Michael Dorsey of Islands First says catastrophic weather events are the new normal for countries like these.
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The Coastal Citizen Podcast
Erica Butler | With sea level rise and increased frequency and severity of storms, our coasts face serious issues with erosion. The first episode of The Coastal Citizen looks at the ever-changing shoreline.
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Redeye Collective | As the climate warms and storms increase in intensity, the world's coastlines are becoming increasingly vulnerable. Mangrove forests once ringed the oceans and protected inland areas from flooding.
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Sarah Laskow | The negative impacts of climate change are coming on more quickly than anyone expected. According to a new NASA study, ocean waters are creeping steadily upwards, at rates faster than predicted.