Rockland County Planning Department Commissioner Thomas Vanderbeek and Natural Resources Defense Council senior attorney Larry Levine, in an Editorial Spotlight interview Wednesday, discussed climate change and rising sea levels, and why they will mean even more costly flooding in the Lower Hudson Valley — and not just from storms like Irene. But that doesn’t have to be our fate. They also addressed short- and long-range solutions to the threat, which imperils our infrastructure, including wastewater treatment facilities, roads and, of course, our health and homes.
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To view the interview in its entierty on demand, go to www.lohud.com/editorialspotlight.