No one is far from the water in Norfolk, Virginia, where citizens are feeling the impact of climate change.
The port city, home to the largest naval base in the world, is a vital part of the region’s economy and is critical to the nation’s security.
At high tide and during storms, water floods streets.
Sea level is rising faster here than anywhere else on the U.S. East Coast. The city, and its residents, are learning to adapt to a warmer world.
Jeff Miskill lives …
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