Stories tagged: "climate change"

Florida - Ian - Hurricane
Ian Heading to Florida as A Major Hurricane

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians faced mandatory evacuation orders as the center expanded its hurricane warning to include Bonita Beach north through Tampa Bay to the Anclote River.

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Hurricane Ian Nears Cuba on Path to Strike Florida as Cat 4

Residents of the Sunshine State were getting ready, lining up for hours in Tampa to collect bags of sand and clearing store shelves of bottled water.

This Is How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Impact Puerto Rico

Island residents will benefit from more affordable health care, prescription drugs, utilities, and electric appliances.

Here’s How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Help Florida Families

The bill lowers healthcare costs, incentivizes companies to adopt renewable energies and produce clean energy products, provides consumer rebates for those products, and delivers tens of billions of dollars of direct investments to American communities—funded by taxes on billion-dollar corporations. 

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More Days With More Coastal Flooding Ahead, Predicts NOAA 

As sea levels rise, damaging flooding that decades ago only happened during a storm now happens more regularly.

Añasco - Puerto Rico - Infrastructure
Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Grants Añasco, Puerto Rico, $1.1M to Repair Dams

he two dams prevented major flooding to the Añasco valley communities and industries during Hurricane María in 2017, but both suffered damages.

Carollyn Taylor Wants to Work for Those Who Serve in the Military. This Is Why It Matters to Boricuas.

The Democratic candidate for Florida's House District 2 is also a strong ally of veterans and, if elected, vows to continue to look out for their best interests.