Daily Archives: November 6, 2012

“Wacky Weather” here to stay

The amount of additional heat that entered the Arctic Ocean during the the summer of 2012 due to the decrease in sea ice was approximately enough to power the United States for about 26 years.  The trillion-dollar question is: how … Continue reading

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“The insurance industry is finally waking up and smelling the climate chaos coffee”

“What is the increasingly risk-exposed insurance industry doing to prepare and plan for increasingly intense extreme weather fueled by climate change? The answer is, not surprisingly, much, much too little,” writes former CSW senior research associate Anne Polansky on her new … Continue reading

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