Boston Globe columnist Nestor Ramos joined Boston Public Radio on Monday to talk about his special report "At The Edge Of A Warming World" about the effects of climate change on Cape Cod.

"Erosion has of course been going on for thousands of years. It's why the hook on Provincetown is so iconic, but climate change has really sped it up in a way that's concerning," Ramos said. "What's happening on the outer Cape is the point of most erosion is moving south much faster than before."