Like All Of Nature, Climate Change Will Affect Louisville’s Fall Foliage, Too

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Before Louisville’s sugar maples shed their leaves, the foliage does its best interpretation of a sunset, turning shades of tangerine and crimson. These maples are among the city’s most brilliant fall colors and also among the most common, but that will change as the planet continues to warm,

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Recut: Is Louisville Prepared For The Next Great Flood?

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You’ve probably heard of the Great Flood of 1937 — maybe you even have relatives who lived through it. It was late January, and parts of Louisville, including The Point and the West End, were under water. Residents and business owners in the Highlands and parts of the Central Business District

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Under Water: How Rising Waters Cost Us All

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COCHIN, INDIA — In the morning, before she left for work, Ambika Thankappan called her son Arun to tell him their world was about to drown. “Da, it’s already flooded to the nearby villages,” she told him in a calm voice, using an affectionate Malayalam word for boy. “And it’s starting to reach

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Kentucky Unlikely To Meet New Climate Change Goal

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Kentucky has just 12 years to drastically reduce its reliance on fossil fuels to do its part to save the planet from the worst impacts of climate change, according to a new report from the United Nations’ scientific panel on climate change. Monday’s report from the Intergovernmental Panel on

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