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Adapting to Climate Change

The risks are many and complex — and so are the actions we can take to reduce our vulnerability

Prescribed fire in a ponderosa pine forest in eastern Washington by the Forest Service to reduce wildfire risk (File: USFWS Resilient Landscapes (17223539378).jpg)

Climate change is here and it’s only going to get worse. We can slow it down but warming will continue for decades barring a virtually impossible complete shutdown in global use of fossil fuels. The world, therefore, has no choice but to focus much more on…




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Alan S. Miller

Alan S. Miller

Alan S. Miller is co-author of “Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!”. His full bio and links to writing are available at

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