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Going with climate's flow

Environmentalists shift approach, planning to adapt to nature's changes

State officials eliminated a barrier at Red Brook in southeastern Massachusetts this year, giving fish that seek out cooler water a better chance of survival if the water warms. State officials eliminated a barrier at Red Brook in southeastern Massachusetts this year, giving fish that seek out cooler water a better chance of survival if the water warms. (Tim Purinton)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / December 26, 2008

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Environmental advocates, wildlife officials, and land trusts charged with protecting the natural world are beginning to take a new approach to climate change: rather than focus only on stopping it, they are also thinking about how to adapt to what's coming. (Full article: 933 words)

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