More Civil Societies with Julie Macken
Over the weekend, more hazard reduction burning took place in preparation for what is expected to be another record-breaking fire season. Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma – one of the strongest hurricanes on record – tore through the Caribbean and made its way through some south-eastern American states.
The world is getting hotter and drier. How many more once-in-a-lifetime events do we have to encounter before we start taking climate change seriously?
In this week’s episode of More Civil Societies, Julie Macken chats about how, while the effects of these events would be devastating, adapting to them will require us building more resilient communities.