New Yorker Climate Correspondent Elizabeth Kolbert Q&A

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This Q&A with the New Yorker’s Elizabeth Kolbert is a year old, but well worth reading. Kolbert wrote a definitive three-part article on climate change last year and has a book coming out, supposedly this March. Her most recent New Yorker contribution also touches on the effects of climate change, though it dwells primarily on the sorry future facing Louisiana, which is sinking into the sea.

For more of the same, have a look at this post. It seems North Carolina is also at risk.

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