We need to be prepared for climate disasters.
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Across the country, American families are dealing with extreme weather events from hurricane-induced floods to wildfires. While these families are trying to find shelter and remain safe, many have their essential services stripped away.
While governments should ensure that there is disaster preparedness and acute emergency response, they should also ensure the continuity of essential services. Families impacted by extreme climate disasters are trying to juggle finding safe shelter, potentially losing everything they own, staying safe, and mitigating the risk of COVID-19. These compounding effects of climate disasters often put families under financial stress, resulting in late payments for utilities. The last thing Americans need during a hurricane or wildfire is to have their electricity or water shut off.
We must stand together during natural disasters. Join us in sharing this article to demand that our government protects Americans during climate disasters and ensures that they have access to essential services.
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