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Can You Help KPBS Cover Climate Change?

Police tape blocks off a section of beach in Encinitas where three women were...

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Above: Police tape blocks off a section of beach in Encinitas where three women were killed when a cliff collapsed onto them, August 5, 2019.

KPBS is joining more than 60 other news organizations in a project aimed at increasing understanding of climate change.

It’s called Covering Climate Now, and for a week in September we and other news organizations will be doubling down on our environmental coverage.

It begins September 16 and runs through September 23, the day of the International Climate Summit hosted by the United Nations.

As we are planning our stories, we would like to hear from you.

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