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Dallas Is Only the Latest Flood Disaster: How Cities Can Learn From Today’s Climate Crises to Prepare for Tomorrow

August 25, 2022


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5-15 mins
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Presented by The Conversation

Floods in Dallas, St. Louis, and Western Kentucky are a reminder of the growing impact of climate change. Professor of climate and space sciences Richard Rood’s work turns climate knowledge into projects that can reduce the harm of future climate disasters. In an article for The Conversation, Rood suggests that because cities have different geological barriers and climates, it is essential that each city tailor its preparedness for flooding.

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