According to my usual sources, November 14 seems to be less disastrous than most other days. But above is a picture of the Caffe Chioggia in Venice on this day in 2012.
High water is not uncommon in Venice this time of year. There was flooding just last week. Venetian infrastructure and its people’s habits in many ways accommodate — and mitigate — the risk. But floods are recurring more often and tides seem to rising higher. Will resilience be enough?
What’s on your mind related to homeland security?