Climate Change is Back on the Table
Climate change is once again a hot topic in the Untied States. Hurricane Sandy brought the issue back into the spotlight just days before the presidential election.
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#1 Nov 7, 2012
Can you talk about what the Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast (CCRUN), one of your newer initiatives, has done?
CCRUN does stakeholder-driven research on climate variability and change in the urban Northeast from Boston to Philadelphia. It has provided regional climate change projections, and we’re working with stakeholders in the region to develop resilience.
We’re working with mayors’ offices in each of the major cities, metropolitan water utilities, health departments, and disaster managers to provide actionable climate information.
Our focus areas are coasts, water, and health. We’re developing a focus on green infrastructure as an adaptation strategy. Stakeholders indicated that these were the important sectors for us to work on together.
#2 Nov 8, 2012
Mitt Romney planned celebratory fireworks
LOL. The humanity won when Romney lost!
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