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Climate-enhanced catastrophes in the US

Posted by feww on May 2, 2008

Snapshots of the most recent weather-related catastrophes in the US:

May 1 – Major flooding in Maine caused by rain and melting snow
As Clinton and Obama spar over gas tax, the National Weather Service said Maine’s St. John River crested at a record high of 31 feet. (Video report)

Apr. 29 – Virginia tornadoes kill one, injure hundreds
Three tornadoes have ripped through Virginia, killing at least one person and injuring 200. A state of emergency has been declared in the tornado-affected areas of the state. (Video report)

Apr. 28 – A wildfire forced more than 1000 people to flee their homes just north of Los Angeles. It has burned more than 400 acres since breaking out in the foothills Saturday afternoon. (Video report)

Note: The experts at Creating a Sustainable Future (CASF) believe that 2008-2010 would be the worst ever period for catastrophic wildfires throughout the United States and elsewhere on the globe!

War-related catastrophes:

Apr. 30 – The Nobel prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz accuses the White House of dramatically playing down the cost of the Iraq war.
Besides the heavy human price paid by ordinary Iraqis since the invasion of 2003 (as of May 1 2008, more than 1,205,025 Iraqis have been slaughtered), the former World Bank chief economist argues in his latest book that the economic cost to the U.S. has hit three trillion dollars. (Video report)

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