As climate change intensifies, how might Laudato Si’ guide community responses?

By Brian Roewe
August 20, 2021

Flooding is a prevailing problem in Charleston, South Carolina.

In 2019, the Atlantic coastal city experienced 89 days of flooding, or nearly one of every five days that year. That blew past the previous record of 58 times, set in 2015, and represented a dramatic shift from more than a half-century earlier, when in 1950 flooding events occurred roughly twice a year, according to a recent study by the coastal ocean science center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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