Climate change is an elusive visual subject, yet the facts are stark: 2016 was the warmest year in recorded history. The multiple threats are overwhelming as the scientific information unfolds. Violent extreme weather patterns are increasing, king tides regularly flood coastal cities, larger wild res and droughts are reshaping communities, increasing numbers of species face extinction, and the list continues.
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