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New Report: Climate Change Threatens United States’ most cherished historic sites

By Guest Observer July 30, 2014

A recent report by the Union of Concerned Scientists documents the consequences of climate change that are putting many of the country’s most iconic and historic sites at risk. From Ellis Island to the Everglades, Cape Canaveral to California’s César Chávez National Monument, these sites face a perilous and uncertain future in a world of rising sea levels, more frequent wildfires, increased flooding, and other damaging effects of climate change.
Read the full report: National Landmarks at Risk

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