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They're dropping coverage as premiums rise and protection shrinks, despite extreme weather brought on by climate change.
A new tool shows the likelihood of wind damage by property address.
Damage along Florida's southwest coast includes museums and theaters that plan to rebuild.
Climate events like more intense hurricanes are spreading the byproduct of burning coal to water used for drinking and recreation.
More accurate hurricane and wildfire forecasting can help save lives as extreme weather events become more common.
Hurricane preparedness had to factor in social distancing last year. What do plans for this year look like?
“We were trying to insure something that no one owns,” says Kathy Baughman McLeod, director of the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center.
Slowing climate change and adapting to it requires cross-border cooperation, even though many costs will be local.