Edible Cape Cod is a food magazine, right? What does climate change have to do with a perfect lobster roll or the price of ice cream? Though life on the Cape is quite idyllic, it isn’t forever. Cape Cod exists atop a peninsula of sand and its borders are in constant motion. The parameters of the place that approximately 200,000 people call home are perpetually in flux. Rising sea levels are already affecting our eastern and southern shores; water levels rise while beaches, dunes and cliffs erode and crumble into the surf. In the April 21, 2017 edition of Edible Cape Cod Aline Lindemann makes the climate change-food connection for us, while describing a wonderful new collaboration between the Center for Coastal Studies and Pleasant Bay Community Boating. For more, please go to the Edible Cape Cod article at http://ediblecapecod.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/climate-change-commitment-collaboration-cape.