Here we offer you a ‘resilience’ news feed, reporting on both natural and human adaptation to the consequences already upon us, and those that are anticipated in the near future.. We also offer you two other pages of news articles gathered from around the world. These are called Scientists Warning, and Impacts News. The first offers news articles showing how the World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity is being reported and repeated around the world, as well as related news stories we find, while the second provides news of the impacts of our thoughtless treatment of the Earth and how our willful and negligent behavior is coming back to haunt us. The resilience and impacts news feeds are generously contributed by the Environmental Health News ( via their website and news accumulator The Daily Climate ( Please share the articles you find interesting through social media and email as well. It’s part of the ‘wake-up call’ for which we are all responsible.

Florida could face $76 billion in climate change costs by 2040, report says

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 11:23:00 +0000

That's billion, with a B.

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Illinois farmers can fight flooding, but climate change must be addressed

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 10:43:09 +0000

Farmers can shift agricultural practices to cope with increasingly wet weather, but we need stronger policies to address climate change.

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How climate change is vitiating real estate values

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 10:07:07 +0000

Extreme weather events of recent years have caused economic damage surpassing the $200 billion mark. With ROIs hit and taxes on the rise, what options...

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Paris plans ‘urban forests’ at famous landmarks

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 07:04:13 +0000

The city plans to fill some small but treasured sites with trees—a climate strategy that may also change the way Paris frames its architectural heritage.

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Alaska climate change forcing some villages to consider relocation

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 06:46:52 +0000

Erosion caused by climate change threatens village infrastructure and could force the relocation of communities such as Quinhagak, Alaska.

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In our backyard: What climate change in Canada looks like

Tue, 18 Jun 2019 03:18:38 +0000

Wildfires, floods, extreme heat, Arctic thawing. Climate change is already affecting the lives of Canadians. But there are things we can do to stop it...

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Chris Mosel: Farming in Minnesota: Climate will change what we grow and how we grow it

Tue, 18 Jun 2019 00:47:43 +0000

Climate change is modifying the way we interact with the land and nature is not going to wait for us to adjust.

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Study: Older forests less vulnerable to climate change

Tue, 18 Jun 2019 00:12:10 +0000

The state has “a whole new approach" to forest management – both on state lands and in advice to private landowners – because of climate...

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For some Mississippi River cities, there are only 2 choices — adapt or move: The River’s Revenge

Mon, 17 Jun 2019 02:30:59 +0000

Davenport, population 103,000, is the only major city along the Upper Mississippi without a floodwall.

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Rain leaves veggie farmers struggling with no aid in sight

Mon, 17 Jun 2019 01:48:21 +0000

Like farmers throughout the Midwest, this spring's torrential rains turned Andrew Dunham's land into sticky muck that set him back nearly a month in planting...

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Arkansas governor vexed by water release as flood tactic

Mon, 17 Jun 2019 01:21:08 +0000

As his office begins assessing and repairing the damage left by historic flooding along the Arkansas River, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he wants federal officials...

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Climate change, weather anomalies are making wildfires harder to control

Mon, 17 Jun 2019 00:11:40 +0000

Freaky weather conditions unleashed by climate change and “never seen before” in Utah’s highlands are making wildfires more difficult and dangerous to control because fire...

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Sat, 15 Jun 2019 18:15:32 +0000

Peter Dykstra and host Steve Curwood first take a look at some controversial suggestions from the current Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo about how people...

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22 million trees planted in Scotland to help meet 'global climate emergency'

Fri, 14 Jun 2019 11:23:00 +0000

More than 22 million trees were planted in Scotland last year in what has been described as a  "critical contribution to the global climate emergency".

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Not all bases factoring extreme weather, climate change into planning, GAO says

Fri, 14 Jun 2019 10:50:55 +0000

The Defense Department has said that climate change is a national security issue and a threat to military operations and installations throughout the U.S.

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The Great Insect Dying: How to save insects and ourselves

Fri, 14 Jun 2019 04:10:31 +0000

In the fourth and final story of this exclusive Mongabay series, entomologists around the world offer far ranging solutions to curb and reverse the great...

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Development banks' climate funding at all-time high in 2018

Fri, 14 Jun 2019 02:07:14 +0000

Financing from six multilateral development banks to boost projects addressing climate risks and cutting emissions topped $43 billion in 2018, up 22% from 2017

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Are floating cities playthings of Silicon Valley billionaires?

Thu, 13 Jun 2019 11:13:29 +0000

Often criticized as playthings of Silicon Valley billionaires, floating cities have the potential to help coastal regions adapt to climate change, writes researcher Nathalie Mezza-Garcia.

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DeSantis is hiring state Chief Resilency Officer to tackle effects of climate change

Thu, 13 Jun 2019 10:30:52 +0000

Breaking precedent, Florida Governor Ron Desantis is hiring a Chief Resiliency Officer to combat the effects of Climate Change.

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Two degrees: global warming up close and personal

Thu, 13 Jun 2019 10:27:06 +0000

Landscape architect John Mongard on the urgent need to plan and design landscapes not for image and amenity, but for survival.

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With floods and droughts increasing, communities take a new look at storing water underground

Wed, 12 Jun 2019 11:26:38 +0000

Storing water underground for future use is increasingly popular due to growing volatility in supply because of climate change as well as to the downsides...

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To map a coral reef, peel back the seawater

Tue, 11 Jun 2019 00:21:57 +0000

This scientist couple created an airborne observatory to map tropical forests. Now they’re using it to identify threatened reefs.

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Climate change antidote: Going green with city forests

Mon, 10 Jun 2019 20:42:25 +0000

Concerns about climate change and urbanization spur cities to plant and preserve trees. How Baltimore became a green model.

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John Kerry: ‘World leaders not doing enough to protect oceans’

Mon, 10 Jun 2019 07:03:42 +0000

The former US secretary of state is leading the global effort to halt the decline of marine environments.

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'We all owe Al Gore an apology': More people see climate change in record flooding

Mon, 10 Jun 2019 05:21:38 +0000

Research shows more people are linking climate change to extreme weather events, like the ongoing flooding in America's heartland. Experts are hoping it also inspires...

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Something fishy in new Nepal farm

Fri, 07 Jun 2019 06:28:01 +0000

Aquaponics is organic, requires no land and is powered by fish poop.

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First Nations lead transition to conservation-based economy in Great Bear Rainforest, Haida Gwaii

Fri, 07 Jun 2019 02:56:37 +0000

The last decade has seen the creation of more than 100 businesses, 1,000 permanent jobs and 14 regional monitoring and Guardian Watchmen programs through an...

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India heat wave: Temperatures soar above 120 degrees

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 11:31:00 +0000

Eleven of the 15 warmest years on record in India have taken place after 2004.

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How floating homes will help people in flood-prone countries

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 10:50:51 +0000

Millions of people have suffered from flooding and millions more are at risk.

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'The wolves of the forest floor': these salamanders can help combat climate change, scientists say

Thu, 06 Jun 2019 10:26:59 +0000

Mount Auburn Cemetery is reintroducing the Eastern red-backed salamander, a voracious amphibian that can keep carbon in the soil and out of the atmosphere.

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