Now that election season is in full swing, it’s time for voters to officially start panicking … er … studying up on key state and local issues. This map should help climate hawks prepare before they head to the voting booth: It shows how people in U.S. states (plus Puerto Rico) are beginning to feel the impacts of global warming — and what voters might want to ask candidates about this fall in town halls or public forums. (Click the image above to embiggen.)

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Of course, there are actually oodles of climate impacts being felt in every state. But we picked the ones most likely to resonate and remind voters what’s at stake — because we sure don’t want a future where Hawaii loses its coral reefs and New England runs out of maple syrup.

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