Connecticut warns of dire climate change consequences

Associated Press: Connecticut environmental officials are warning of dire consequences from climate change that will affect agriculture, dams and levees, waterfront habitats and public health. For example, sea level rise will leave Hammonasset Beach State Park, among Connecticut's most popular state parks, mostly inundated by sea water by the end of the century, according to a new report by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. Most agriculture in Connecticut is likely to be "highly impacted" by......

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