Playing Offense and Defense on Climate at the Same Time

By Lauren E. Oakes | September 14, 2019

The Rio Grande River. Credit: Alan Gross

[Note: This is the third in a three-part series of essays on adapting to climate change originally published at Scientific American. Some of the content is adapted from Oakes’s book In Search of the Canary Tree (Basic Books, 2018)].



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