Under climate change projections, rising sea levels could make storm surge during hurricanes worse. A new study projects the amount of private property on Florida coasts that floods at high tide could climb by $69 billion by 2030.
Under climate change projections, rising sea levels could make storm surge during hurricanes worse. A new study projects the amount of private property on Florida coasts that floods at high tide could climb by $69 billion by 2030. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff
Under climate change projections, rising sea levels could make storm surge during hurricanes worse. A new study projects the amount of private property on Florida coasts that floods at high tide could climb by $69 billion by 2030. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff

Florida leads nation in property at risk from climate change

July 27, 2015 08:01 PM

UPDATED July 28, 2015 07:30 AM

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