As flash flood risks rise, protecting Americans in a warming climate only gets harder

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As flash flood risks rise, protecting Americans in a warming climate only gets harder

Published Thursday 4 August 2022

Keeping people safe in a warming climate only gets harder. Intensifying rainfall and deadly flash floods across the country are just the latest examples. Communities from Missouri to Virginia are coping with horrific loss and only beginning to assess the recent flood damages. Resources to help them are already stretched thin. Support agencies and their staffs are constantly challenged to do more with less. The costs of climate change keep climbing, and the pressure to protect people and property never lets up.

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