Front Yards Turn to Wetlands as Climate Change Takes Toll

Bloomberg: Climate change is beginning to take a toll on real estate in Norfolk, about 80 miles southeast of Richmond, as insurance costs soar and residents resort to putting their homes on stilts or opening up space underneath for the water to flow through. Amanda Armstrong schedules her life around the tides. For the past year and a half, she’s had to navigate rising waters that saturate the lawn of her red brick house in Norfolk, Virginia, and sometimes fill a puddle out front with crabs and fish. “We......

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