Last month, Kerri Barsh posted about a floating villas project planned for a man-made lake north of Miami. Her post is here. A few weeks later, we noticed press coverage about another floating home project conceived as a response to climate change and sea level rise, although otherwise quite different. WetLand is an exhibit at the Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival. For a description click here. That got us thinking, and, with the deadline for my monthly column in the Pennsylvania Law Weekly upon me, we explored what these kinds of projects mean as real — not hypothetical — examples of climate adaptation. Read Mandelbaum & Barsh, Climate Adaptation: the concrete example of floating homes, 37 Pa. L. Weekly 846 (Sept. 9, 2014), here.