Friday, September 27, 2019

7 things we learned researching climate change on Cape Cod

7 things we learned researching climate change on Cape Cod
The Globe spent several months this summer criss-crossing Cape Cod to learn how the effects of climate change are being felt, and what it would mean for the future of the area. In short, we found that climate change is already threatening the Cape in tangible ways, accelerating natural processes like erosion and sea level rise.

Here are some of the most striking things we learned.

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