How cities can learn from today's climate crises to prepare for tomorrow

By Richard B (Ricky) Rood

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The government encouraged it by selling cheap flood insurance to homeowners,you cannot get a mortgage, without carrying flood insurance

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The first thing the recent floods tell us is that the climate is changing.

It is sad but in some places this is still necessary to be told, people being manipulated into science denial to pretend the well demonstrated climate change is just a hoax end up realizing the problem is real and affects them only when tragedy happens.

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You cannot cheat on Mother Nature.

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How humans should have learned from yesterday's climate to change today's

However they would rather stick their heads in the sand and pretend how ingenious we are to have saved the planet

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