The science is verified and indisputable: sea levels are rising worldwide and coastal communities like those in Nova Scotia will feel the effects most severely. In this special package of stories, Halifax Magazine and Advocate Media newspapers from around the province approach the issue from a variety of perspectives. Read on as our team of reporters explore how Nova Scotia is already experiencing rising sea levels, what the future will hold, and how we’re preparing.

The water is rising: Are we prepared for the consequences of steadily-rising sea levels? By Chris Benjamin, Halifax Magazine

From the middle out: Organizations, groups combining strengths may have greatest influence on climate change actions, By Raissa Tetanish, Hub Now

Protecting one’s home: Retired environmental scientist changing landscape of property to fight increasingly powerful storms, By Raissa Tetanish, The Light

Fighting the rising tide, By Zack Metcalfe, Progress Bulletin

Powerful tides on historical Shubenacadie River, By Abby Cameron, The Weekly Press

Little Anse residents keep fighting to protect their community, By Jake Boudrot, The Reporter

Climate change documentary features the Village of Little Anse, By Jake Boudrot, The Reporter

Couple stranded after flooding on Loch Lomond Road, By Jake Boudrot, The Reporter

Preparing for an emergency must include all family members, even the four-legged ones, By Abby Cameron, The Weekly Press