Climate change gets personal

Extreme Weather

Climate change gets personal

Violent summer weather threatens a surge in health issues, a deluge of eco-anxiety. The two coasts of the United States can feel worlds apart. From west of the Cascades, it can be hard to relate to a hurricane swamping New York’s boroughs; from a stoop in Hoboken, it’s hard to imagine a record-setting heat wave scorching the Pacific Northwest. But when the heatwave sets raging fires in motion on the West Coast that manage to foul the air on the East coast –– as it has in the last two…

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