Getting Real About Climate Change At Sea Level

Jan 1, 2016

Some parts of the world can afford to think that climate change is a "will happen this century" kind of thing.

Assateague Island, Virginia, after Hurricane Sandy.
Credit National Park Service

But low-lying areas are already getting a taste of higher sea levels, and have to prepare for more.

Michael Furniss, retired from Humboldt State University, travels to such areas to help in education and planning. 

He joins us to talk about his work, and the message he conveys.