In the News

Articles about the Road Trip

The Wire | Bracing for change: Seacoast communities are beginning to talk about how to adapt to rising sea levels, more severe storms, and more

weather.com | Recent Grads Drive 17,000 Miles to See What’s Really Going on with Climate Change Across America

The Atlantic | The Many Small Ways Americans Are Adapting to Climate Change

High Country News Goat Blog | Adaptation Road Trip: Two Women Travel the Nation to See How People Are Adjusting to Climate Change

GreenBiz | Why it’s time to embrace climate adaptation

Grist | Brave new world: Americans are learning to live with change

Michigan Today | On the road

Mother Jones (repost from The Atlantic) | The Many Small Ways Americans Are Adapting to Climate Change

Examiner | Finding out what climate adaptation looks like at the local level

The Great Lakes Echo | Aspiring Policymakers Hit the Road to Learn About Climate Change Adaptation

Our stories ‘on the road’

National Geographic Water Currents blog | On Flood and Thirst: How Communities are Adapting to the Age of Unpredictable Water
Fighting Drought With a New Super Corn
Glacier National Park Prepares for Ice-Free Future

Orion Magazine Blog | A Six Part Series:  Part OnePart TwoPart Three

Ecosystem Marketplace | Building a More Resilient Gulf

K12 Science Climate Change Minute podcast | David Bydlowski features multiple road trip stops

CV Independent: Speaking for the Trees | Climate Change Could Remove the Namesake from Joshua Tree National Park

KVNF and iSeeChange | iSeeChange: Colorado Fruit Growers Harness Wind, Water, and Fire to Save Harvest

Cultural Survival | Queen Quet, Unedited

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