Mayor Bloomberg Plans To Strengthen NYC Against Rising Seas

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East Williamsburg flooding Martha Harbison
The New York City mayor's new $20 billion storm preparation plan is based on some scary data about how the city will look by the 2050s.
Earlier today, New York City's Mayor Bloomberg rolled out a wide-reaching, $20 billion plan to fortify the city against the future effects of climate change, which—according to the latest data from the New York City Panel on Climate Change he convened in 2008—could be even worse than we thought.
"We have to look ahead - and anticipate any and all future threats, not only from hurricanes - but also from ...

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