Everglades: climate change threatens years of work to reverse man-made damage
The Guardian -

Report warns that rising temperatures threaten the Everglades, including changing rainfall patters and accelerating sea-level rise

Sea water encroaching on the Everglades will hamper decades of work by a government program to reverse manmade damage to the vast, fragile ecosystem at the tip of Florida, according to a new report published on Wednesday.

The federal, multi-billion-dollar Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, authorized by Congress in 2000, was designed to redirect fresh water,...


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