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After, and before, the storm

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New York state and city officials may not have been global warming deniers, but they were global warming ignorers. We now know, from an Associated Press story Sunday, that a series of legislative reports over the last 30 years had presciently predicted the huge storm surges, fires, power outages, flooded subway tunnels, temporary shelter and gasoline shortages — virtually all the elements of disaster that happened during and after Superstorm Sandy. So it’s not as ...


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