November 7, 2012
by Kate Sinding

Of Fracking and Frankenstorms

Kate Sinding, Senior Attorney, New York City
More than a week has passed since Sandy ravaged the Northeast.
Though far too many remain without power, shelter and other basic necessities throughout the tri-state area, most of us in Manha… Continue reading

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August 30, 2012
by Deron Lovaas

Vermont Strong: A Transportation Tale of Recovery from Irene’s Devastation

Deron Lovaas, Federal Transportation Policy Director, Washington, D.C.
When Tropical Storm Irene struck the northeastern United States one year ago on August 28, 2011, dozens of lives were lost and $15.8 billion in damage was incurred, … Continue reading

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November 4, 2011
by Theo Spencer

Call It ‘The New Abnormal,’ And Then Start Doing Something About It

Theo Spencer, Senior Advocate, Climate Center, New York
Recent influential reports have made the direct link between the rise in extreme weather events and rising carbon pollution. More extreme weather events are becoming the norm, they… Continue reading

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