Seattle calculates how climate change will redraw its shores

Seattle Times: Parts of Interbay, Georgetown, South Park, West Seattle, Harbor Island and Golden Gardens will be under water as the local shoreline creeps higher due to global climate change, Seattle Public Utilities predicts. A recent map is just one of many such reckonings in the works as city agencies calculate the local effects of global climate change and how to respond and adapt to protect people and infrastructure. From preparing for more intense heat to protecting the new downtown sea wall under construction......

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