Slipping Away: Homeowners, Officials Buy Time As Escalating Effects Of Climate Change Threaten East End - 27 East

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Slipping Away: Homeowners, Officials Buy Time As Escalating Effects Of Climate Change Threaten East End

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A Montauk home in danger of falling off an ocean cliff due to erosion from storms.     EXPRESS FILE

A Montauk home in danger of falling off an ocean cliff due to erosion from storms. EXPRESS FILE

Damage after a storm on Town Line Road during a storm.  EXPRESS FILE

Damage after a storm on Town Line Road during a storm. EXPRESS FILE

Houses on Soundview Drive in Montauk are pummeled by a storm.  EXPRESS FILE

Houses on Soundview Drive in Montauk are pummeled by a storm. EXPRESS FILE

Waves threaten a house on Shinnecock Bay in Shinnecock Hills prior to a storm.  EXPRESS FILE

Waves threaten a house on Shinnecock Bay in Shinnecock Hills prior to a storm. EXPRESS FILE

authorMichelle Trauring on Jan 25, 2022
For centuries, the world has known one type of refugee: those who leave their homes behind due to war, violence, conflict or persecution, often risking their lives in the pursuit... more

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