Is Haiti condemned to dirty air, denuded hills, blackouts and dangerous flooding?

ClimateWire: Robert Naylor walks the perimeter of an electricity substation high above the earthquake-battered capital of Port-au-Prince, pointing out new batteries, switches and transformers that his construction company, Perini Management Corp., installed here as part of a $12.7 million U.S. Agency for International Development project to strengthen Haiti's energy infrastructure. This substation and others were damaged in the 2010 quake, and the United States is investing in repairs to the transmission and......

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