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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Cities Should Prepare for Future Natural Disasters

  • Aired: 10/31/2012
  • 11:54
  • Rating: E
Extreme storms of recent history have made local governments take notice both of their preparedness and the likelihood that climate change is making such disastrous events more and more common. Joseph Romm of Center for American Progress and American Enterprise Institute's Kenneth Green share their perspectives with Ray Suarez.
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Is Sandy a 'Cassandra'? How Cities Should Prepare for Future Natural Disasters
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