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How Cities Are Rebuilding to Be More Resilient to Natural Disasters

In this article that originally appeared on, the discussion focuses on communities and their efforts to become more resilient, not only in the aftermath of natural disasters like hurricanes, floods or wildfires, but preparing in advance to combat more extreme weather events due to climate change.

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