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How Urban Parks Are Bringing Nature Close to Home

When I was in Seoul, I fell in love with the  “Chong-gye-cheon”. An elevated expressway, deconstructed and returned to a stream through the heart of the city. 293 more words


Taking the High Ground—and Developing It

Miami is not the only place in the world where we see investors searching for high grounds. As sea-levels continue to rise, there will be a push to develop previously undesirable areas, be it small neighborhoods or cites further inland. 126 more words


Maritime lives in Iron Age Britain

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Iron Age coastal communities in England have been poorly understood since
the beginning of our discipline. This is mainly as result of the lack of evidence… 295 more words

Maritime Archaeology

Urban Planning for Climate Change

I just came across this report from Edward J. Blakely, 2007 Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. I used it in grad school for a few reports. 184 more words

21st Century Life

URGENT! The Battle for South Florida...

Sea level change is not just an issue for Florida. Some estimates have as much as 40% of the current U.S. population in direct harm from changing seas over the next 50 years. 171 more words


Full Moons, King Tides, and Why We Should Give a Damn

A couple of nights ago, I carried a beer outside with me and walked around in the moonlight for a long time. I strolled down the empty, light-dappled road, admiring how the moon flared in the mossy branches above me. 1,090 more words

Natural History

German Climate Meeting 2015

At the end of September the 10th edition of the German Climate Meeting (DKT) took place in Hamburg, which also commemorate its 25th year of existence. 374 more words