Communities along the East Coast are reeling from the impact of Hurricane Sandy, dealing with electric outages, flooded streets, damaged sewage plants, and fractured transportation lines. Can cities rebuild stronger, more resilient infrastructure to weather the storms of the future?
In the SciFri Snack, climatologists Radley Horton and J. Marshall Shepherd say that climate change causes sea level rise -- which may in turn cause more punishing storms. If weather were a sport, they say, climate change would make it a whole new game. Hear more SciFri Snacks -- and join the discussion -- at Soundcloud.