Sunday's rains flooded out parts of Cleveland—cars were seen literally floating along Euclid Avenue, that is, if they could reach University Circle at all with multiple road closures causing a Monday morning ruckus. By Tuesday, the area dodged another episode as rain turned to snow. Before the next spring torrent arrives, let’s talk about what extreme weather events like this...
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Amid disturbing reports this week that climate change has already started to erode public health after a disaster-filled autumn and studies that major branches of the animal kingdom are stressed and finding it difficult to reproduce — a mounting effort to soften the blow is starting to take shape in cities across the U.S. Extreme hurricanes and wildfires have made 2017...
In the 2013 book Resilience in Ecology and Urban Design Kelly Shannon of the Oslo School of Architecture defines resilient cities as those that “bend from harm.”
We are fortunate to be on a Great Lake and have an abundant supply of fresh water. But there are still good reasons to conserve.
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- "We need to move on to the worthy debate of what to do"
about #climatechange @MichaelEMann tells @theNAEng @cwru… https://t.co/8WWfQ3J6Ko
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- “Sea life can keep up with slow sea level rise but will be eliminated—like the campuses of Google, Oracle, Amazon”… https://t.co/E583w8LNp8
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