From Miami To Maine: Adapting To A Changing Climate NPR's Weekend Edition travels the East Coast to see the actions people are taking in response to climate change.
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From Miami To Maine: Adapting To A Changing Climate

A minke whale breaks the surface near Boothbay Harbor in the Gulf of Maine on Aug. 10, 2018. Researchers say warming in the gulf is driving whales into waters farther north where fewer environmental protections exist. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Gulf Of Maine Is Warming, And Its Whales Are Disappearing

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Considering 'Managed Retreat'

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A dolphin swims by at an exhibit at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. The aquarium hopes to relocate its dolphins to a sanctuary off the coast of Florida or in the Caribbean. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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At Baltimore's National Aquarium, Climate Change Presents Challenges Inside And Out

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MIAMI, FL — TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019-- Interested buyers view the live model of Monad Terrace Luxury Development, a luxury high rise in an area of heavy infrastructural investment to protect their building from sea level rise and hurricanes Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Maria Alejandra Cardona for NPR hide caption

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Building For An Uncertain Future: Miami Residents Adapt To The Changing Climate

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Cheryl Holder takes a patient's vitals in Miami on March 18. Maria Alejandra Cardona for NPR hide caption

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In Florida, Doctors See Climate Change Hurting Their Most Vulnerable Patients

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