MAP: See the toxic sites near you that are threatened by climate change

New Jersey has the most Superfund sites facing climate threats, followed by Florida, California and Pennsylvania.

This interactive map was published in partnership with InsideClimate News, a nonprofit, independent news outlet that covers climate, energy and the environment, and the Texas Observer, a nonprofit investigative news outlet. It is part of "Super Threats," a series on Superfund sites and climate change. Read part 1 here.

Across the United States, 945 toxic waste Superfund sites are vulnerable to hurricanes, flooding, sea level rise, increased precipitation or wildfires — all of which are intensifying because of climate change.

See how global warming could threaten the polluted industrial sites in your state:

Read more: Climate change poses a growing threat to hundreds of hazardous waste Superfund sites