The dangers of climate change are clear, with ample headlines detailing the increasing numbers of ecological disasters. But every once a while, a story of success will highlight the positive difference that intentional, committed efforts can make. In New England, the Atlantic puffin provides one such example. A century ago, they were almost completely wiped out of their habitats along the Maine coast — but today, they're thriving, thanks to conservation efforts. Jim Braude was joined by ornithologist Stephen Kress and Derrick Jackson, an environmental writing fellow at the Union of Concerned Scientists.