One Oblivious Thing: Border Wall Gets Washed Away

One Oblivious Thing: Border Wall Gets Washed Away

An erratic and record-breaking monsoon season along the nation’s southern border has given former President Trump’s border “wall” more than it can handle. On Monday, six floodgates along the wall were blown off their hinges after a monsoon delivered 2.15 inches of rain to the Arizona-Sonora border. Experts say that the catastrophic failure of the wall’s floodgates […]

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Climate-Fueled Rains Ravage At Least a Quarter of Bangladesh

Climate-Fueled Rains Ravage At Least a Quarter of Bangladesh

by Julia Fine, ODP Contributing Writer  Torrential rains have flooded “at least a quarter” of Bangladesh, Somini Sengupta and Julfikar Ali Manik reported in the New York Times last week. According to data from the National Disaster Response Coordination Center, 4.7 million people have been affected by this deluge and over 50,000 people have been […]

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