Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash.
It’s of the brand new WharfDC (@TheWharfDC) development, attached to an article about the potential impacts of climate change on on our nation’s capital.
Rolling Stone magazine did an in depth review of Washington, DC’s ability to withstand significant flooding, and the news is less than good: What Happens When a Superstorm Hits D.C.? – Rolling Stone
Climate change is a threat to human health. It also increases health disparities because it disproportionally affects vulnerable populations.
At the same time, I am doing more learning on the ways that climate change and our food system interact (also in the interest of health) & my assumptions are starting to be challenged.
The Wharf and other parts of DC could be under water by 2100, a new technology shows. Trump’s elimination of Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans could devastate the communities that live in Washington. Metro is mulling giving riders a refund if their train is more than 15 minutes late during rush hour.
Source: Breakfast links: These parts of DC could be under water by 2100 – Greater Greater Washington