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    Swallowed by the Sea

    As CCCDC Steering Committee member Dick Smythe always says, it is the poorest nations and their people who will suffer most from the changing climate.  When poverty is coupled with low-lying land bordering oceans, tragedy becomes inevitable. You doubt climate…

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Mission: Climate Change Coalition of Door County is a non-partisan organization that through education, outreach and civil dialogue increases public understanding of climate change and its many detrimental impacts at home and around the world. Our objective is to inspire…

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PAST EVENTS: 2018 Climate Change Forum: Taking Action to Build a Resilient Planet May 19th, 2018 @ Stone Harbor Resort 9:00AM-2:15PM Presenting Sponsors Supporters of CCCDC Crossroads at Big Creek Ecology Sports Going Garbage Innovative Printing, LLC Stone Harbor Resort…

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2017 Annual Appeal Your contribution supports our mission to inspire prompt action by individuals and policymakers at all levels to address the causes and challenges of climate change and to help communities adapt to its impacts. Thank You! To make…

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New Report Predicts Rising Tides, More Flooding

“Including tidal inlets, Virginia has a 3,315 mile ocean coastline with one of the world’s largest naval complexes on that coast.  Both are soon to be awash in tidal flooding but the “why” of the flooding can only be discussed…

Swallowed by the Sea

As CCCDC Steering Committee member Dick Smythe always says, it is the poorest nations and their people who will suffer most from the changing climate.  When poverty is coupled with low-lying land bordering oceans, tragedy becomes inevitable. You doubt climate…

Climate Change Is Altering Lakes and Streams, Study Suggests

By: Carl Zimmer To scientists who study lakes and rivers, it seems humans have embarked on a huge unplanned experiment. By burning fossil fuels, we have already raised the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 40 percent, and…

Avoiding meat and dairy is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth

A meaningful step but no doubt a difficult one for most people.  Are any of us willing to take on this challenge?  Perhaps we heed Dr. Peter Alexander’s comment: “My personal opinion is we should interpret these results not as…

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How More Carbon Dioxide Can Make Food Less Nutritious

Carbon dioxide helps plants grow. But a new study shows that rice grown in higher levels of carbon dioxide has lower amounts of several important nutrients. By Brad Plumer WASHINGTON — When scientists want to figure out how climate change might…

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Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!

Don’t forget to register for the 5th Annual Climate Change Forum! We have a great program lined up for you all and its coming up fast. Early bird registration ends on May 10th and you don’t want to miss it;…

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