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If this book were in the hands of our leadership today, they would understand the true cost of climate change and the moral obligation to move quickly to prevent harm to future generations. Lewis writes lucidly of the tension between retreat and resilience, and portrays a seaside landscape — its marshes, waterways, and fishes, and the kind of people drawn to them — with bracing honesty.
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Book Review: "Finding Higher Ground: Adaption in the Age of Warming" by Amy Seidl
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