NECIR: Compounding tragedy, FEMA fails to adapt to climate change

August 11, 2015

An in-depth story about rebuilding our communities in more resilient ways after extreme weather events like hurricanes looks at the importance of adapting Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) policies to new climate risks facing these communities.

The Climate Center's Jessica Grannis shared insights about the opportunities and challenges to building resilience for this article. “The problem is that we’re going to be putting people and property back in harm’s way, and the money could potentially be wasted," Grannis said.

Read the full story.