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Environment Magazine September/October 2008

March/April 2009: In This Issue

Reframing global warming to emphasize its immediate effects and relevancy will lead to a better public understanding of—and ideally collective action on—climate change.
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The spectacular management failures surrounding Hurricane Katrina in 2005 revealed to the world a circumstance many Americans already knew too well: differential treatment by race and class still haunts the U.S. hurricane response system. And despite all the attention this disparity garnered, the 2008 hurricane season brought more of the same.
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