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When ‘1-In-100-Year’ Floods Happen Often, What Should You Call Them?

Australia’s worst natural disasters The bushfires in Victoria have so far claimed 131 lives, making it Australia’s worst-ever bushfire disaster. It’s also Australia’s worst-ever natural disaster in 110 years. Here’s … Continue reading

11/05/2019 · Leave a comment

Women masons help build stronger homes in quake-hit Nepal

  The Difficulty of Counting the Death Toll from Hurricane Florence On the third day of Hurricane Florence’s march through the Carolinas, Dazia Lee, a twenty-year-old who worked at an … Continue reading

04/10/2018 · Leave a comment

When disaster hits, solar power beats coal

Charlotte Shows How to Beat Flooding When the remnants of Hurricane Florence settled over Charlotte during the weekend of Sept. 15, drenching the flood-prone city with a near-record amount of … Continue reading

27/09/2018 · Leave a comment

Following Florence, lessons from Harvey in recovery and resilience

Something Unexpected And Weird Is Happening Beneath California’s Deadliest Faults The detection of strange, unpredicted behaviour deep below the surface near the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults suggests scientists … Continue reading

24/09/2018 · Leave a comment

Submerged by Florence, North Carolina’s Rural Towns Fight for Attention

The health dangers don’t stop with a hurricane’s churning. They can get worse In coming weeks, long after Hurricane Florence’s winds and rains have faded, its aftermath will still pose … Continue reading

23/09/2018 · Leave a comment

Hurricane Florence Is the Atlantic’s First Major Hurricane

Design Thinking Is Fundamentally Conservative and Preserves the Status Quo After Hurricane Sandy caused more than $60 billions of damages in the New York region, the Obama administration launched the … Continue reading

09/09/2018 · Leave a comment

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