Thomas Frank of E&E News writes on a new White House climate report.
- The report states that in the worst case climate scenario, coastal disasters could cost as much as $100 billion annually, but in the best case scenario these disasters would cost $34 billion.
- America’s coastlines are home to roughly 30% of the nation’s population.
- Reducing climate risk along the coast will require principled investments in nature based solutions, reforming regulations to spur smart building and infrastructure practices, and energy innovation.
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