Destruction of Cities and Infrastructure: An Effect of Climate Change

Extreme weather events have crippled infrastructure and cities. Superstorm Sandy made New York go dark. Hurricane Harvey, followed by Hurricane Irma, devastated southern Texas. This storms will increase in frequency because of climate change. This is just one of the many factors that impact cities and infrastructures. It is vitally important because cities make up a large amount of GDP.  
I. Intensifying Extreme Weather
II. Rising Sea Levels: How They Damage Urban Areas
III. Damages to Water Infrastructure
IV. Damages to Electrical Infrastructure