Shweta Arya, Special to the USA TODAY Network. Delaware Online
Published: April 8, 2022
Climate change is harming communities in Delaware right here and now.
Rising seas and worsening floods are driving people out of their homes and putting critical infrastructure at risk. Extreme heat events threaten our public health and agricultural industry. Supercharged storms like Hurricane Ida, which cost Delaware more than $3 million in damages, are becoming deadlier and far more likely.
At Delaware Interfaith Power and Light, we believe that all of us — including our elected officials — have a moral responsibility to protect our natural world, our communities, and our children’s future from these threats in an equitable and sustainable way…Read more here