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Weather Whiplash: What to Do About Worsening Droughts and Floods

Weather Whiplash: What to Do About Worsening Droughts and Floods

Update: 2022-09-162
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From droughts to fires to floods, a year of extreme weather is taking a toll on communities from Jackson, Mississippi to Pakistan. Climate change is here and impacting our homes and drinking water. Andy speaks with climate scientist Daniel Swain and former EPA Southeast Coordinator Heather McTeer Toney about why global warming is increasing the intensity of natural disasters, who’s most at risk, and how communities should spend Inflation Reduction Act funds to boost their resiliency.


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Weather Whiplash: What to Do About Worsening Droughts and Floods

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