Theo Spencer, Senior Advocate, Climate Center, New York
As the six month anniversary of Hurricane Sandy rolls by, the passage of time is giving us a clearer picture of what preventive measures really worked. Thanks to an excellent serie… Continue reading →
Ben Chou, Water Policy Analyst, Washington, D.C.
This guest post is by Fay Augustyn, conservation associate at American Rivers, as part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC and American Rivers to guide stat… Continue reading →
Michelle Mehta, Attorney, Water Program, Santa Monica, CA Today marks the release of a new NRDC report called Thirsty for Answers: Preparing for the Water-related Impacts of Climate Change in American Cities. The report makes clear that some of the mos… Continue reading →
Initial reports suggest that New York City’s Sanitation Department did a much better job in clearing the city’s streets of Tuesday night’s nine-inch snowfall than after the now infamous December Blizzard of 2010. Hats off to the… Continue reading →