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View from the blog-o-sphere FEMA Finalizes New Requirement for State Disaster Plans to Consider Climate Change Impacts

By Becky Hammer – Switchboard NRDC Blog – March 13, 2015
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced yesterday afternoon a change in its requirements for State Hazard Mitigation Plans that NRDC has been advocating for nearly three years. These plans, which states develop in order to prepare for future natural disasters, must now consider the projected effects of climate change on hazard risks. For full blog post, click here.

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