John Englander

oceanographer and author

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Oceanographer John Englander is the author of High Tide on Main Street: Rising Sea Level and the Coming Coastal Crisis

John Englander on KCRW

This week, To the Point is focusing on "The Emotional States of America," including refusal to accept the conclusions of evidence-based science.

Denying climate science won't stop rising seas at Mar-a-Lago

This week, To the Point is focusing on "The Emotional States of America," including refusal to accept the conclusions of evidence-based science.

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Rising sea levels already cause flooding in many American cities. Increasingly high tides at coastal military bases pose a threat to national security.

A Wake-Up Call for Slow Moving Disaster

Rising sea levels already cause flooding in many American cities. Increasingly high tides at coastal military bases pose a threat to national security.

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