Rising

Rising

Dispatches From the New American Shore

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A journalist, weaving firsthand accounts from the people and places imperiled by climate change in the United States today, takes readers to the places hardest hit by the rising seas, which are transforming the coastline of the U.S. in irrevocable ways.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Milkweed Editions, 2018
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781571313812
1571313818
Branch Call Number: Science & Nature 551.457 Rus

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denisecumming
Aug 01, 2019

This book is really good about sea levels rising in many places and has good stories about people affected and the decisions they need to make.

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baldma
Mar 10, 2019

A thorough , detailed and sobering account of the impact of rising sea levels ( on the US Atlantic and Pacific coasts) on the people, animals and plants living by the shore . Stories of fighting , fleeing, and adapting told by the people whose land is disappearing. Rush is an ecological reporter and an academic who teaches creative non-fiction.

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MaryJoSchifsky
Jul 08, 2018

Strib May 2018: Excellent accounting of ALL the water and quite a bit of the economic inequality currently swamping our land. Focus on inequality conjecture overcame some of the water-related fact--

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