More Climate Change Means More Disasters

Moscow Times: The devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy, 253 deaths and more than $50 billion in economic damage, is prompting renewed thinking about climate change and national security. Within this broad-ranging debate, one particular issue that has grown in salience, post-Sandy, is whether climate change means storms will be more intense. The balance of risks is that they will, with the biggest threat from increased flooding caused by sea-level rises as well as increase in rainfall intensity and rainfall......

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