Climate Change Comes to South Korea

Asia Sentinel: Who said climate change wasn't real? Devastating rains move the government to plan for a harsh, wet new reality In recent weeks South Korea has been battered by torrential rains that have caused serious flooding, landslides and widespread property damage, killing 62 people. Stunning images of Seoul's normally busy downtown streets filled with neck-deep water circulated around the world. There are heavy rains every summer in South Korea, but this was something else. The storms are being regarded......

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