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Cities and Climate Change

Cities are coping with changing climate realities. In New York, which was deluged by super-storm Sandy in 2012, there’s an innovative plan called The Dryline. The iconic Empire State Building is having its own green remake. And Globaia presents a big-data picture on how mega-cities are changing the world, narrated by Edward Norton. To learn more, visit ThisPlanet.TV.

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