The climate crisis haunts Chicago’s future. A Battle Between a Great City and a Great Lake

Posted on AllSides July 8th, 2021
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IN THE SEARCH FOR ­­­­­A BIG-CITY REFUGE from climate change, Chicago looks like an excellent option. At least, it does on a map.

It stands a half-continent away from the threat of surging ocean levels. Its northern locale has protected it, to some extent, from southern heat waves. And droughts that threaten crops, forests and water supplies in so many places? Chicago hugs the shore of one of the grandest expanses of freshwater in the world.

Water is, in fact, why Chicago exists. The nation’s third-largest city grew from a remarkable...

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