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Bomb Cyclones, Nor’easters, and the Messy Relationship Between Weather and Climate

How to incorporate resilience thinking into policy making, development programming Countries in Asia-Pacific are increasingly exposed to a variety of risks, including physical and financial, undermining the region’s potential to … Continue reading

07/04/2018 · Leave a comment

The science of resilience: What are the ingredients that help people cope?

The science of resilience: What are the ingredients that help people cope? Resilience is on many people’s minds these days. Hurricanes and fires regularly wallop communities. The risks of climate … Continue reading

04/03/2018 · Leave a comment

Batman’s Gotham City provides test case for community resilience model

What Is A Bomb Cyclone? Massive Storm To Hit East Coast It seems like the cold weather conditions in eastern United States are set to get worse in the latter … Continue reading

09/01/2018 · Leave a comment

Get used to saying ‘bomb cyclone.’ This is our climate now.

Authorities take precautions as rivers across Germany continue to flood Snow melt in the Alps and volatile weather patterns have caused rivers across Germany to break their banks. Europe’s most … Continue reading

07/01/2018 · Leave a comment

Alaskans brace for storm days after ‘bomb cyclone’ slammed through North Pacific…and more

Salt-impregnated asphalt de-ices itself Living someplace that gets snow in the winter may have its perks, but the ice-melting salt that’s spread on the roads isn’t one of them. Besides … Continue reading

21/12/2015 · Leave a comment