Scientists underscore Obama’s concerns about climate change and severe weather

E&E Publishing: Severe flooding in India and wildfires in Colorado provided a backdrop of recent examples of weather-related disaster yesterday, as scientists and policymakers discussed the science of severe weather events at the American Geophysical Union's annual science policy conference in Washington, D.C. The panel discussion led off with a straightforward yet disturbing fact: In 2012, the United States had the world's two costliest disasters, totaling more than $100 billion. One was Superstorm Sandy, and......

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