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Unless we curb greenhouse gas emissions, extreme weather will become more frequent and more intense. In 2010 Hurricane Igor—one of the worst storms to ever hit the Island—caused damage to the tune of $200 million, claimed one life and isolated approximately 150 communities. Military personnel were brought in to assist in recovery efforts and aid distribution. Photo by born1945 via Flickr Commons.
Maurice Dusseault. Illustration by Mike Philpott.

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Unless we curb greenhouse gas emissions, extreme weather will become more frequent and more intense. In 2010 Hurricane Igor—one of the worst storms to ever hit the Island—caused damage to the tune of $200 million, claimed one life and isolated approximately 150 communities. Military personnel were brought in to assist in recovery efforts and aid distribution. Photo by born1945 via Flickr Commons.

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Maurice Dusseault. Illustration by Mike Philpott.

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