Thanks for reading! I was pleasantly surprised by Tallahassee and the number of towering old trees and nature within city limits. Sweet Pea Cafe’s vegan reuben was also hands down the best reuben I have ever had period. 😋
The 17 co-sponsors seem to think differently! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I’d encourage you to read the Community Service Society report I mention in the story as well as the comments in this thread and rethink your position.
I haven’t seen a 1-in-X years analysis for this type of storm. As far as records go, NOAA keeps a global tropical cyclone database that goes back to 1842 and is the gold standard. They’ve done reanalysis to plot all those storms on the Saffir-Simpson scale and includes tropical depressions, storms, and extratropical…
Pretty sure that’s under consideration by the World Meteorological Organization.
Good q. Cyclone is the generic name for the whole typhoon/hurricane/cyclone nomenclature (or tropical cyclone if we’re gonna really split hairs) regardless of hemisphere.
I’ll have to try that reasoning with my apartment management company.
If you like cashew cheese, you gotta try a cashew cheese cake. A bit of a time investment but it’s worth it.
oops thanks for catching!
this may be the only instance where not reading the article and commenting it is fair (but still rude as hell, YetAnotherDaveAgain).
Exactly. As the article notes, one of the biggest issues is the loss of preparation at the state and local level through trainings the federal government normally provides.
We have covered Bolsonaro and definitely plan to continue! If you happen to have tips, my inbox is always open. email@example.com
dammit let me have this, dense!
@deadspin hire me you cowards
It’s frankly the most honest part of his note.
It’s definitely more than symbolism, especially as more funds divest. Check out the Goldman report linked in the story. Or better yet, here’s one of their figures showing coal stock vs. divestments:
Here’s a great place to start. I wouldn’t classify it a buzz phrase as much as a mix of ideas for how to build a climate-resilient society and economy. The select committee is the group that would be tasked with making a blueprint on how to put them all together.
I should’ve been clearer that nukes aren’t a source of carbon pollution. However, ClearPath, the group in question, is also pro-fracking and clean coal which both have serious issues in terms of emissions and feasibility.