Climate Adaptation: America’s growing struggle to live with global warming
Christopher Flavelle is a climate reporter at The New York Times, where he covers how people, governments, institutions and businesses respond to the effects of global warming. He focuses on what adaptation means for home building, real estate, insurance, finance, agriculture, health care and other industries, as well as the unequal effects of those changes. Before joining the Times, Flavelle worked at Bloomberg, ProPublica, Slate, Newsweek and The Walrus magazine. He received a 2018 National Press Foundation award for his coverage of the struggle to cope with flooding, and was part of the team of Times reporters who were finalists for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, for their coverage of the political war on science. Originally from Toronto, he lives in Washington with his wife and three children.