Climate Change And Infrastructure
A Central Michigan dam collapse last week re-focused attention on the nation’s aging infrastructure amid worsening weather.
Engineers and safety experts warn that changing weather patterns will affect everything from drinking water, power companies, bridges and highways.
Today on All Sides, we look at the efforts to buttress the nation’s infrastructure.
- Henry Fountain, climate reporter, The New York Times
- Bryan Mark, State Climatologist of Ohio and professor, Ohio State University
- Seth Guikema, president of the International Society of Risk Assessment and professor, University of Michigan
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