Monthly Archives: July 2017

Greenland Melting? Not so Fast, It’s Gaining Mass. So is Antarctica.

Greenland Ice Study The treat of rising sea levels is link to land supported ice only, since floating fresh water ice has already displaced the sea water it floats on. All of Greenland ice has the capacity to raise ocean … Continue reading

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FEMA’s Dilemma – Renewal of the Expired National Flood Insurance Program

Flood Insurance is at a critical point in its legal life, having reached the expiration of the National Flood Insurance Program.  It bears many policy similarities to the complexity of “Repeal and Replace” for Obamacare. Obamacare spread the “mandate” for … Continue reading

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