Public Safety, DER's & Wildfires
- May 21, 2021 9:53 pm GMT
No doubt, 2020 was a tough year. For people, for the planet, for the economy. Globally, we have witnessed the multiplier effect of COVID-19 on the inequities hard-baked into our social infrastructure, accelerating enormous social, political, ecological, and financial hardship. And despite all our hopes and aspirations for relief in 2021, we are still in the grips of the pandemic and all its societal comorbidities.
Globally, climate change is an accelerant to these social, political, and economic threats. Climate change already impacts millions of Americans daily, putting lives at risk; forcing people from their homes, businesses, and communities; destroying critical infrastructure and costing billions of dollars in losses.
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