Living with Lyme

Finding fortitude as environmentally-acquired diseases are on the rise due to climate change.

Unhealthy Temperature

Rethinking public health as climate changes.

Following the Fish

Rhode Island fishing fleets adapt to species shift.

One Block In: Rebuilding after Sandy

Misquamicut businesses rebuild and adapt seven years after Sandy.

Flushing into the Flood

Wastewater treatment facilities are situated at the bottom of the hill for a reason. But as sea level rises, this design feature can make it harder to flush.

Unsafe Harbor

Reaction instead of preparation may drive the fate of ports, which are especially vulnerable to hurricanes and rising seas.

Resilience Shapes Investments

Warren invests in its future and plans for 3-feet of sea level rise.

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