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Claire B. Rubin has 39 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Category Archives: Sea Level Rise
From Bloomberg News, this rather startling article: Rising Seas May Wipe Out These Jersey Towns, but They’re Still Rated AAA Few parts of the U.S. are as exposed to the threats from climate change as Ocean County, New Jersey. It … Continue reading
Here is a novel declaration. So far, it is a state-declared emergency. I wonder what FEMA would do with a request like this? I welcome your comments. Louisiana’s Governor Declares State Of Emergency Over Disappearing Coastline
It is interesting to note that Bloomberg News is one of the few business communications companies to be sympathetic to climate change matters. See: The Nightmare Scenario for Florida’s Coastal Homeowners, Demand and financing could collapse before the sea consumes … Continue reading
From the Homeland Security News Wire: Cities inland could be reshaped by migration from sea-level rise
Hopefully, it will not take long for the President to see what damage his climate and environmental cutbacks will do. As Seas Around Mar-a-Lago Rise, Trump’s Cuts Could Damage Local Climate Work. “The president’s budget calls for ending an environmental … Continue reading
See new NOAA Technical Report #83, Jan. 2017. Global and Regional Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the U.S. ; 75 pp. [Thanks to Chris Jones for the citation.] See also this related article from HS Newswire: Sea levels in U.S. Northeast … Continue reading
At least one regular reader takes issue with this matter, but the Diva finds the scientific evidence compelling. Coastal resilience:Accelerating sea level rise requires collaborative response Recent estimates suggest that global mean sea level rise could exceed two meters by … Continue reading