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NYT: Like Wildfires, Giant ‘Reset’ Floods Not Only Destroy—They Renew

The floodwaters that roared off the Yellowstone plateau and ripped through southern Montana in June have altered so much of the Yellowstone River that whitewater raft guides said they would have to relearn how to float the changed route. [bold,…

‘Sunny day’ flooding expected to worsen on Louisiana coast thanks to global warming – NOLA.com

The tide is rising — literally — and Louisiana is expected to see more flooding on otherwise sunny days as a result. Coastal Louisiana could experience four to eight days of “sunny day” flooding during high tides through the end…

Climate Brief: Turning the global warming tide takes all of us – Daily Kos

My sign for the community Lies will not change reality. Global warming threatens our health, lifestyles and survival. There will be no survival of the healthiest, or the richest or the strongest. Each of us will be affected. Each of…

Disappearing islands: inevitable climate change… – The American Bazaar

With rising sea levels several coastal cities will disappear by 2100 or shrink considerably By Kiran N. Kumar A decade ago, there were 15 low-lying islands in Louisiana but today, only about six islands are there and the rest have…

Saved From Extinction: How the Gulf of Mexico Escaped Global Warming 56 Million Years Ago – SciTechDaily

The picture above depicts the Mississippi River flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. According to researchers at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, river sediments and ocean currents helped simple sea life in the Gulf survive a deep-ocean mass…

Biden Regime Taps Oil Reserve Again To Lower Gas Prices Ahead Of Midterms

The White House has announced the sale of an additional 20 million barrels from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the fifth release since President Joe Biden announced that the vital supply stored in underground salt caverns in Texas and Louisiana…

How the Government Is Failing Americans Uprooted by Natural Disaster

LAKE CHARLES, La. — Two summers ago, Hurricane Laura wrecked Betty Swope’s modest bungalow at the edge of Lake Charles, a city surrounded by oil refineries in southwest Louisiana. The Federal Emergency Management Agency helped at first, paying for Ms….

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