India’s epic power outage July 31 left 670 million people - half the country - with out power (the U.S. has about 310 million people, total). Who or what is to blame? Outdated infrastructure, incompetence, fuel shortage, corruption? India’s Minister of Power blames individual states for taking too much energy from the grid.
by Michael Cote
I want to punch climate change in the face.
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I'm a climate change consultant specializing in climate adaptation, environmental law, and urban planning based in the U.S. In addition to traveling and hiking, I research, publish, and lecture on how cities can adapt to climate change.
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