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Climate Change: Whiny Deer and Tagging Sharks

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Climate Change: Whiny Deer and Tagging Sharks

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Climate Change: Whiny Deer and Tagging Sharks

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How is climate change affecting Japan? Or the atoll of Palmyra, 1,000 miles south of Hawaii? During the summer, Madeleine Brand and Alex Chadwick took trips to destinations in the Pacific to see the effects of climate change first-hand. They give a quick preview of some of their upcoming stories.

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