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Effects of climate change are visible every high tide, but federal help for costly fixes is hard to come by.
May 28, 2014Downtown Norfolk as viewed from the Elizabeth River. Last month, President Obama released the third National Climate Assessment and proclaimed climate change no longer a theory; its effects, he said, are already here. This came as no surprise in Norfolk, where normal tides have risen a foot and a half over the past century and the sea is rising faster than anywhere else on the East Coast. Jay Westcott/For The Washington Post