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1.  Lake Mead Drought Update!!! What's Going On?!!!  

Video evidence of how fast Lake Meade is shrinking, going all the way back to 2000. Produced by people who drive pick up trucks to pull their power boats. Of course not a word about climate change, not even in the comments. In the middle they get sidetracked by rescuing a stranded truck. Maybe skip that part.

2022-06-21 PermaLink
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2.  Post-Flood Yellowstone Rebuilding Could Cost More Than $1 Billion  


Yale E360
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Restoring Yellowstone National Park after recent floods washed away bridges and roads could cost more than $1 billion, and the effort could take years given the challenge of making repairs in a protected landscape.Read more on E360 →

3.  Louisiana’s insurance market is collapsing, just in time for hurricane season  


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At least seven companies have failed in the nine months since Hurricane Ida, sending homeowners into a panic.

4.  Biden’s new vision for the National Flood Insurance Program  


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The administration's flood insurance reforms could improve transparency — and make some Americans more vulnerable.

5.  Gather them now: the documents you’d need to file a FEMA claim  


Yale Universities Climate Connections
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In the aftermath of a disaster, collecting your important documents might not be top of mind. That’s why experts suggest getting everything in order well ahead of a hurricane, wildfire, or flood. The post Gather them now: the documents you’d need to file a FEMA claim appeared first on Yale Climat...

6.  European Power Prices Spike As Heat Dome Strains Grid  


ZeroHedge News
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European Power Prices Spike As Heat Dome Strains Grid  European day-ahead power prices continue to soar for the third day due to an early-season heat wave driving up cooling demand, lack of renewable energy generation, declining nuclear power, and soaring natural gas costs.  Large swaths of Europe ove...