If you like cashew cheese, you gotta try a cashew cheese cake. A bit of a time investment but it’s worth it.
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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.
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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.
Yeah it’s kinda one of those this is bad but also good but also bad situations. I thought this quote summed it up well:
Just didn’t wanna get dead AAA baseball player fans excited.
Oh yeah I wasn’t trying to say Florida has bad building codes, just that codes are one of the many things in governments’ climate adaptation toolkits.
Buildings have been turned into shells, their windows completely blown out by Michael’s powerful winds.
As one of the strongest storms in U.S. history batters Florida, the president is going to a pep rally. Cool.
Wire photos are starting to come in from AP and Getty. Here’s what their photographers are seeing.
At this morning press conference, FEMA Administrator Brock Long noted that Florida’s building codes call for structures to be able to withstand Category 3 winds. Michael is officially packing Category 4 (and quite possibly Category 5) winds. Many buildings don’t stand a chance, and Michael is ripping them open like…