Infrastructure disasters: an exploration by the Rev. Brooks Berndt

Click through for the first in a three-part series on infrastructure disasters by the United Church of Christ Minister for Environmental Justice, the Rev. Brooks Berndt. The Flint, Mich., water crisis is just one example.

Click here for the first in a three-part series on infrastructure injustice by the United Church of Christ Minister for Environmental Justice, the Rev. Brooks Berndt. 

He writes: “Someone in the field of disaster relief told me of how he had been to three disaster relief conferences in recent months and a dominant concern at each was our nation’s deteriorating infrastructure. He summarized the general outlook of the conferences by saying, ‘We have a plan for dealing with the next tornado, the next flood, and the next hurricane, but what are we going to do when the next infrastructure disaster happens?'”

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