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EcoWatch

Aug 19 '13
As Sea Levels Rise, Coastal Cities Face Flood Damage Exceeding $1 Trillion
By 2050, flood damage in the world’s coastal cities is expected to reach $1 trillion a year as sea levels rise and global warming triggers new extremes of heat, windstorm and rain. More than 40 percent of these prodigious costs could fall upon just four cities—New Orleans, Miami and New York in the U.S. and …
http://ecowatch.com/2013/coastal-cities-face-flood-damage-exceeding-1-trillion/

As Sea Levels Rise, Coastal Cities Face Flood Damage Exceeding $1 Trillion


By 2050, flood damage in the world’s coastal cities is expected to reach $1 trillion a year as sea levels rise and global warming triggers new extremes of heat, windstorm and rain. More than 40 percent of these prodigious costs could fall upon just four cities—New Orleans, Miami and New York in the U.S. and …

http://ecowatch.com/2013/coastal-cities-face-flood-damage-exceeding-1-trillion/

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