• rebound August 2, 2022 7:50 am

    Rebound Season 6, Episode 4: Man's Best Friend Is One of Climate's Biggest Foes

    Climate change is threatening small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes with small businesses who are finding ways to pivot as more extreme storms, wildfires, rising sea levels and drought are changing the face of their communities. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by…

  • rebound July 5, 2022 1:03 pm

    Rebound Season 6, Episode 3: From Portland to Miami, Climate Change Threatens Local Tourism

    Climate change is threatening small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes with small businesses who are finding ways to pivot as more extreme storms, wildfires, rising sea levels and drought are changing the face of their communities. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by…

  • rebound July 11, 2022 4:31 am

    Dogs are Man's Best Friend But One of Climate's Biggest Foes

    Americans love their four-legged friends, but their 163 million dogs and cats certainly leave a giant paw-print on the environment — especially when it comes to pet poop. For small businesses who work with pets, it can be a challenge to find ways to curb their own climate impact while catering to their furry clientele.

  • rebound July 5, 2022 1:07 pm

    Rebound Season 6, Episode 2: Why Climate Change Is Going to Make It Even Harder to Find Affordable Housing

    Climate change is threatening small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes with small businesses who are finding ways to pivot as more extreme storms, wildfires, rising sea levels and drought are changing the face of their communities. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by…

  • rebound June 7, 2022 7:12 am

    Canceled Tours, Threatened Attractions: Tourism Contends With Climate Change

    The Pacific Northwest is famous for its rain, but recent climate change has brought drought, wildfires and landslides, forcing a Portland, Oregon, tour company to restructure its outings along the Columbia River Gorge. America’s Hub World Tours canceled 360 trips while the Eagle Creek Fire burned in 2017, when areas along the river were shut down and trees and vegetation…

  • rebound June 7, 2022 7:09 am

    From Portland to Miami, Climate Change Threatens Local Tourism

    For small tourism businesses across the U.S., climate change is fundamentally shifting the experiences and sites they’re able to offer clientele. “We’re seeing ski destinations without snow in the winter, we’re seeing beaches increasingly eroded,” says Expedia’s VP of sustainability, Aditi Mohapatra. “So there’s the kind of physical manifestations of climate change that are having a real impact on...

  • rebound May 4, 2022 5:11 am

    Flooding, Wildfires on the Rise but Are Homeowners Paying Attention?

    Are homebuyers thinking about climate change when settling on a place to live? NBC Rebound looks at how the environment is impacting real estate around the U.S.

  • rebound May 5, 2022 3:03 pm

    Rebound Season 6, Episode 1: A Warming Climate Is Cooling Coffee Supplies

    Climate change is threatening small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes with small businesses who are finding ways to pivot as more extreme storms, wildfires, rising sea levels and drought are changing the face of their communities. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by…

  • rebound July 22, 2022 10:16 am

    Why Climate Change Is Going to Make It Even Harder to Find Affordable Housing

    Americans are already facing a shortage of 4 million housing units, but climate change is going to make it a whole lot worse. Real estate experts say climate threats will make it harder to afford to live in cities across the U.S. as wildfires, floods and storms turn up the pressure on an already unsustainable housing market.

  • Coffee April 22, 2022 8:03 am

    Climate Change May Be Putting Your Daily Coffee Fix at Risk

    If your morning brew begins to taste different, climate change might be to blame.  A warming planet is threatening Arabica coffee plants, the ones most often used in the world’s production of coffee.  But as natural disasters damage those crops, two entrepreneurs in Southern California and New York City are finding alternatives — and changing the way we think...

  • rebound April 5, 2022 11:10 am

    Rebound Season 5, Episode 12: Dream Come True

    Exquisito Chocolates owner Carolina Quijano feared the pandemic would significantly dwindle the number of people that came through one of New York City’s famous holiday markets. While her pop-up saw fewer people than it did in 2019, Quijano was still pleased to accomplish a dream of hers—selling her own products at one of the city’s most trafficked holiday...

  • rebound May 16, 2022 3:34 pm

    How A Warming Climate Is Cooling Coffee Supplies

    You might have noticed that your morning cup of coffee is costing a lot more these days— nearly double since last year— and climate change is partly to blame. But small businesses like Nguyen Coffee Supply in New York and FRINJ Coffee in California are working to protect the industry with a more sustainable product.

  • rebound December 10, 2021 7:28 am

    Dreams Come True for Miami Chocolatier at NYC Holiday Market

    Exquisito Chocolates owner Carolina Quijano feared the pandemic would significantly dwindle the number of people that came through one of New York City’s famous holiday markets. While her pop-up saw fewer people than it did in 2019, Quijano was still pleased to accomplish a dream of hers—selling her own products at one of the city’s most trafficked holiday...

  • rebound December 9, 2021 2:40 pm

    Rebound Season 4, Episode 13: Small Business Roundtable

    In season four of NBC’s Rebound, we gave three business owners cameras to document their journey as they fought through shutdowns, positive coronavirus tests, and a test of their pandemic endurance. The owners of Dallas’ Recipe Oak Cliff, Philadelphia’s Kayuh Bicycles & Café, and the CEO of Boston’s Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center joined NBCLX storyteller Jalyn Henderson to talk...

  • rebound December 8, 2021 7:12 am

    Rebound Season 5, Episode 10: Seeing Opportunity After Pandemic ‘Pause'

    The coronavirus pandemic may have threatened small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes of three Black- and AAPI-owned businesses as they fight to overcome pandemic shutdowns, staffing challenges and the delta variant. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by the novel coronavirus, companies are…

  • rebound December 10, 2021 3:11 pm

    San Diego Chef Finds Pandemic Positive With Birria Taco Shop Opening

    Curiel shut down her San Ysidro taco shop in early November after an 18-month U.S.-Mexico border shutdown severely stunted her flow of customers. But she’s now reopened in Old Town, San Diego.

  • rebound December 7, 2021 2:38 pm

    This Acclaimed Chef Is Serving Up Positivity After 2 Years of Pandemic Challenges

    After nearly two years of shutdowns, border closures and supply challenges, chef Priscilla Curiel decided to move her popular Michelin-recognized taco shop to the heart of San Diego. “I wish the pandemic never happened. But I mean, you want to look and take something positive out of something negative,” Curiel said. “Like [from] the storm comes the rainbow afterwards.”

  • rebound December 6, 2021 7:28 am

    Rebound Season 5, Episode 9: Miami Chocolatier Faces High Costs Ahead of NY Christmas Markets

    The coronavirus pandemic may have threatened small businesses across America, but these companies are rising up despite the challenges. In “Rebound,” we go behind the scenes of three Black- and AAPI-owned businesses as they fight to overcome pandemic shutdowns, staffing challenges and the delta variant. As the nation continues to battle challenges brought on by the novel coronavirus, companies are…

  • rebound December 6, 2021 7:30 am

    NYC Tourism Tips: Here's an Expert Guide This Holiday Season

    New York City is welcoming domestic and international tourists this holiday season. Here are some tips and tricks from a tourism expert on how you can take advantage of all the festivities.

  • rebound December 3, 2021 3:34 pm

    Seeing Opportunity After Pandemic ‘Pause'

    Nearly two years after the start of the pandemic, New York City is welcoming domestic and international tourists back this holiday season. “I see great things for tourism after the pandemic. New York City is going to come back even stronger than before,” says Stacey Toussaint, president and founder of Inside Out Tours. “We paused but we didn’t stop.”

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