The Snohomish River, outside Everett, is an example of a junction where local impacts of climate change will collide.
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The Snohomish River, outside Everett, is an example of a junction where local impacts of climate change will collide.
Credit: KUOW Photo/Anna Boiko-Weyrauch

What can we do about climate change in the Puget Sound region?

SoundQs and RadioActive looked into KUOW listeners' questions about climate change and found reasons for worry — and for hope.

This week, KUOW is taking part in a global collaboration to strengthen news coverage of climate change.

Listeners asked our SoundQs team about the effect of climate change in the Puget Sound region and what we can do about it.

Teaming up to answer are Anna Boiko-Weyrauch from SoundQs and Hong Ta, a producer with KUOW’s youth media podcast, RadioActive.

Listen to the episode by clicking the play button above or on your favorite podcast app. SoundQs is a weekly podcast where our KUOW reporters tackle questions submitted by our listeners.


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