From Katrina to Ida: How US presidents react to climate change and natural disasters

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, US presidents have realised that their reactions to natural disasters can make or break them.

A public policy expert analyses the responses of four presidents - from Bush to Biden - to superstorms over the past 16 years, and discusses how their views on climate change have differed.

Video produced by Man Sum Lai

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