$1 million dollars. What'd you think we meant?
The storm-battered Northeast is bracing for a strong Nor’easter. The flooding won't be as bad as during Sandy, but that's not much consolation.
This dude either has amazing core strength or lives in a freaky sideways universe.
Ravaged shorelines and crippled infrastructure have forced New Yorkers to start thinking about their vulnerability to future storms.
Nice work, everyone. We did it.
What's at stake in this election? Nothing that isn't laid bare on a flight over the West's booming, and devastated, gas fields.
Structural protection and technological solutions alone can't keep us safe from climate-related disasters -- and assuming as much can end up causing even more damage.
At a campaign event today in Etna, Ohio, Gov. Romney was asked, “Do you still think the rising of the seas is funny?” Romney responded, “I never imagined such a thing is funny,” despite using rising sea levels as a punchline in his speech to the Republican National Convention.
Thanks to climate denier Ken Mampel, visitors to the world's most popular encyclopedia won't get info about links between climate change and Sandy.
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