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that covers this in a better fashion than this blog or other places of mine. Certainly a time to watch for each other and to come together and help one out. But the point is that the main issue here is about climate change and that such a focus (on dealing with floods, or pricing flood insurance so that people don't stay in certain places because they will only be hit harder in the future etc etc) would be best because the world and nature will not wait for politics to catch up (should we be foolish enough to wait). People have talked about evacuation, and have not mentioned that the lack of choices for people (rail being the big one) was part of why an evacuation was not possible, How about we face at least that aspect? Your thoughts?
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