How to Improve Coastal Cities Climate Resilience: A Q&A with Cynthia Rosenzweig

Scientific American: Climate scientist Cynthia Rosenzweig has been studying the impacts of global warming on New York City since the 1990s, and was part of a group that analyzed the unique risks faced by the Big Apple way back in 2001. The group's report predicted what a once-a-century superstorm like Hurricane Sandy proved: the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel between major boroughs flooded, La Guardia Airport runways were underwater, and so on. More recently Rosenzweig helped chair the New York City Panel on Climate Change,......

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