The Lake Superior Project: Adapting, A Year Later
A year ago on The Lake Superior Project, we spoke with several people around the lake—environmental advocates, policy makers, residents, and others—about climate change. Most of these people stressed the need to adapt to the changes that are happening here—including lower lake levels, warmer water temperatures, and less winter ice cover on the lake.
So, a year later, we were curious. How are folks around the lake adapting to climate change? Some of their answers may surprise you. In this edition of the WTIP's award-winning, original series, The Lake Superior Project, we talk with folks and communities around the lake who are adapting to climate change...with a positive twist. (Click on link to North Shore Morning below to hear this feature.)