The Unwelcome Stranger Called Climate Change

ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE MIGHT BE EASIER IF THOSE changes announced themselves by rapping on your door and thrusting business cards into your hand. Instead, they blur like a fast-changing crowd.

Consider the algae blooms that have clogged harbors, killed fish, and imperiled the tap water of cities depending on western Lake Erie. The blooms have occurred naturally in the past, but not with the same frequency, eight out of the last nine years. See story in October 2015 issue of Planning magazine:  October 2015 climate adaptation

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About Allen Best

Allen Best is a Colorado-based journalist. He publishes a subscription-based e-zine called Mountain Town News, portions of which are published on the website of the same name, and also writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines.
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