Federal Agencies Tackle Climate Change
After Hurricane Katrina, the Army Corps of Engineers worked on levee improvements in New Orleans to avoid the construction shortfalls that occurred during the 2005 storm.Full Story
#1 Mar 13, 2013
As Congress remains unwilling and unable to deal with climate change, federal government agencies — even without the blessing of lawmakers — have been thinking about, and quietly acting on, climate change for years.
Do you expect more from a group that can't ballance a check book?
And NASA has assessed its sites and is considering how to manage higher water at places such as Cape Canaveral, Fla.
They can't manage a Space Program making the USA space hitchhikers.
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