This is Water Month on Minnesota Public Radio. Water is the most visible and tangible impact of climate disruption: drought, downpours, floods and rising sea levels.
That was the topic of discussion on a recent episode of the Commononwealth Club of California's "Climate One" series.
Jeff Goodell says "the future's going to require adaptable living," and it's important to make the climate change water risks transparent.
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Goodell is the author of "The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World."
Katharine Mach is senior research scientist at Stanford, and former co-director for science at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IGPCC).
Marco Krapels is a former vice president at Tesla, co-founder of The Solutions Project, and another group called Empowered By Light.
They conclude that there are winners and losers in climate change, but there is not enough forward-looking thinking. Even the flood zone maps are already out of date.
The moderator of the Climate One series is Greg Dalton.
To listen to the program, click the audio player above.