Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) chief, Deanne Criswell, told “Fox News Sunday,” that the consequences of climate change are “the crisis of our generation.”

Administrator Deanne Criswell will talk about Hurricane Ida ‘s ‘devastating path’ and the frequency of more ‘intense’ storms and argues that the United States is starting to recognize the ‘impact’ of climate change.

What she meant by that is,”This is the crisis of our generation, these impacts that we’re seeing from climate change, and we have to act now to try to protect against the future risks that we’re going to face,” Criswell told moderator Chris Wallace.

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“These once-in-a-century storms are starting to come almost every other year,”Cedric Richmond

Let it be noted: “These once-in-a-century storms are starting to come almost every other year,” Cedric Richmond, a senior White House aide, told the ABC’s “This Week” show, as Criswell called on Congress to approve the White House’s infrastructure bill and the $3.5 trillion spending bill.

FEMA trailer

The term FEMA trailer, or FEMA travel trailer, (wikipedia)


Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida was the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone during the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season, crossing the coastline of Nicaragua with winds of 80 mph . (wikipedia)

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Deanne Criswell

Deanne Bennett Criswell is an American emergency management officer currently serving as the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. She was confirmed on April 22, (wikipedia)


New York City Emergency Management

New York City Emergency Management ) was originally formed in 1996 as part of the Mayor’s Office under Rudolph W. Giuliani. By a vote of city residents in 2001 it became an independent agency, (wikipedia)