Features journalist at @ClimateCentral.

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John Upton is a features journalist at Climate Central. He has a decade of international reporting experience, and has written for the New York Times, Slate, Nautilus, VICE, Grist, Pacific Standard, Modern Farmer, 7x7 San Francisco and Audubon magazine.

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@EdRedonion Hypothetically, if every ice molecule presently in Antarctica turned to liquid, that alone would cause seas to rise by more than 200 feet.
Cap-and-trade systems are failing to accomplish very much at all because carbon prices are set way too low. Instead of fixing this, governments keep making noises about fixing it. So here's more noise, framed as "defiance of President Donald Trump." 👇 https://t.co/osRH0drMk9
Along the East and Gulf coasts, American communities are being regularly flooded and even forced from their homes by the effects of rising seas. This will get much worse. Here's a detailed look at what's already happening in Atlantic City. https://t.co/lNbZZDWYlV
California's wet/dry cycles affect the height of the Sierra Nevada. During the recent drought, rocks lost so much water that the mountain shrank by an inch during four years. https://t.co/AjdrNJh3Bu
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