Sea-level rise threatens 311, 000 US homes
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About 311,000 coastal homes across the United States with a collective market value of about $120 billion in today's dollars are at risk of chronic flooding by 2045, a report issued yesterday by the Union of Concerned Scientists showed. In Florida, about 64,000 coastal residences worth $26 billion are at risk of chronic flooding in the next 30 years, the life of a typical mortgage.
Sea-level rise threatens 311, 000 US homes. (2018, June 19). The Manila Times, p. B7.
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