Clear away all the politics and rhetoric, and climate change risk is simply a numbers game. And the insurance industry has a lot of skin in that game.
The reality of climate change and sea level rise, combined with the amount of wealth we have built along our coasts, is its own kind of economic disaster.
The Climate Corporation’s hyper-local weather insurance
The science of climate change risk
Global droughts largely unchanged over 60 years
Hands-off approach is best for forest recovery after a major storm
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Southern Louisiana is one of the world’s fastest-disappearing landmasses. Cutting the losses may mean letting in the floods. By Hal Herring.
The nascent science of climate attribution is making it clear that we’re no longer just talking about the weather—we’re creating it.
Dolphin reproduction in Mississippi Sound spikes after Hurricane Katrina