Looking at our neighbors in Louisiana put up with the effects of Ida, just one of the strongest storms to make landfall in new memory, is a somber reminder that but for the grace of God goes Houston. This similar week 4 decades ago, we had been reeling from Hurricane Harvey, a storm that, by dumping almost 52 inches of rain on the region about just 4 times, will definitely be remembered as a defining minute for the place.
Sad to say, these storms are not heading away any time quickly temperature events like this are coming with higher depth. Even just before being appointed to chair the Climate Mayors and Resilient Towns Community, producing a much better and more resilient town has been a leading priority for my administration. We require to set a greater bar for our infrastructure. We need to have to make weather resilience a precedence by advancing innovation in infrastructure jobs.