Opinion | Flooding and wreckage in Detroit expose the city’s climate vulnerability


Rep. Debbie Dingell (D) estimates that FEMA has already documented 12,000 broken properties in metro Detroit, and expects that not less than 20,000 in her residence base of Dearborn, Mich., sustained flooding. Residents are “drained, annoyed, indignant, and fairly frankly, they’ve each proper to be,” she mentioned in a district newsletter on Monday.


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