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Evacuating millions is not an ‘effective or sustainable’ response to hurricane threats. Here’s a better plan

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A lack of planning for climate change, despite evidence of the risks and impacts, leaves people and economies vulnerable. When climate change isn’t considered in public spending, politicians are squandering taxpayer money and endangering constituents. Local leaders understand the challenges posed by climate change, and groups like the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact are making bipartisan commitments to science-based community planning.

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