As giant storms hammer Boston, officials are doing little to prepare for them


With climate change increasing the frequency of so-called “hundred-year storms,” northeastern cities, like Boston, are suffering from a near constant bombardment of catastrophic winter storms. City officials in Boston have recognized the increased risk of these types of storms, but little has been done to implement changes to infrastructure to prepare for such catastrophic weather damage.

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Samantha Underwood

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