From the Mississippi River’s historic low water levels to Pakistan’s non-stop flooding, the effects of extreme weather are being felt across the globe. Experts explain the common denominator between these seemingly opposite weather events, and the health and financial toll of natural disasters.
- Dr. Colin Phillips, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, Utah State University
- Dr. Daniel Swain, climate scientist, University of California Los Angeles’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
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