In Detroit, Fighting Hopelessness With a Climate Plan

As the city struggles to emerge from bankruptcy, a citizens group has decided climate change is not a problem that can wait for brighter days. By David J. Unger DETROIT, Mich.—As major cities across the globe begin to take a leading role in the world’s response to climate change, one U.S. metropolis has a decidedly grassroots approach to preparing for a wetter, warmer world. See Also: New York Mayor Champions Economic Justice in Sustainability Plan Pope Francis’s Climate Encyclical: Next Comes the Hard Part Rising Seas Pull Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s Building Boomtown, Toward a Bust Helping Cities Navigate a Climate-Changed Future Global Warming Interactive: How Hot Will Your City Get? read more

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