Before L.E. Modesitt, Jr. wrote best-selling sci-fi and fantasy novels, he worked on Capitol Hill. Specifically he was the director of EPA’s office of legislation and congressional affairs during...
The Growing Footprint of Climate Change
Can systems built today cope with tomorrow’s weather extremes?
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