The impact of severe weather can be seen across the nation – from droughts in the West and hurricanes in the Southeast to record snowfalls in the Northeast. The critical need to provide a safe environment for students and staff and maintain operations make schools and universities particularly susceptible to extreme weather, as well as the long-term effects of rising sea levels and extreme, prolonged heat. Nine of the 10 hottest years of the past century have occurred since 2000, and ...

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