WASHINGTON -- A new analysis released Thursday of 12 extreme weather events in 2012 found "compelling evidence that human-caused change was a factor c...
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In the days following Hurricane Sandy, politicians, activists and civilians alike jumped into action on recovery efforts. Local governments brainstorm...
I live in New York City, and I do research on global catastrophes. Hurricane Sandy offers an ominous warning of what could happen if catastrophe were to affect the entire planet.
Sandy actually gives us a chance to rebuild a lot of infrastructure in a sensible way. We know a lot more today than we did when houses, apartment buildings, roads and mass transit systems were built 100 years ago.
The New York Times and other media are calling the events around Superstorm Sandy "once-in a generation." But whose generation are they talking about?
Before we can de-carbonize our energy grids, we must first de-politicise and demystify our changing planet and how we as global citizens are directly affected by and responsible for its health.
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