The small community of Mantoloking in the US state of New Jersey is now a ghost town. Three months after the desctruction of Hurricane Sandy, houses still lie in ruins and rebuilding is going slowly. Max Hofmann reports.
Although scientists don't yet have the means to definitively quantify the link between climate change and severe storms like Hurricane Harvey, global warming is still likely a factor.
California Governor Jerry Brown has emerged as the default climate leader for the US. At the COP23 climate conference in Bonn, Brown tells DW's Environment Editor Sonya Diehn what it takes to beat Trump on climate.
Former South Carolina Congressman Bob Inglis tells DW why it's "asinine" to not talk about climate change amid an approaching hurricane. He calls for a new approach to appeal to the right on fighting global warming.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey insurers, oil producers and home owners in Texas are cleaning up and itemizing the costs from the storm and the "unprecedented" flooding it brought. A quick recovery is expected.
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