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Local faith and political leaders assembled along The Hague in Norfolk to draw attention to the growing threat flooding and sea level rise pose to religious spaces in Hampton Roads.

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Situated along the Elizabeth River’s Southern Branch, Paradise Creek also served as a dumping ground for the nearby Norfolk Naval Shipyard during the two world wars.

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“Immediately the interest was much higher than we could handle," said Marjorie Mayfield Jackson, founding executive director of the Elizabeth River Project. 

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Carla Lewis holds up the address placard from her family’s apartment in Ridley Circle. (Ryan Murphy)

One group is working hard to keep the bonds made in the public housing community as Newport News moves to redevelop.

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Neighborhoods in Norfolk that were redlined by the federal government in the 1930’s now average hotter summer temperatures than other areas.

At a Christopher Newport University conference, climate scientist says social and science problems can’t be tackled in a vacuum.

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