Study: Rising Ocean, Extreme Heat, Other Climate Change Effects Could Cost CA Billions

NBC: While a parched California copes with a long-term drought, water threatens to cost the state billions in a much different way if climate change continues unchecked, according to a new study. By 2050, rising sea levels could engulf between $8 and $10 billion in coastal property, with up to $10 billion more susceptible to tidal flooding, according to the study by climate change research group Risky Business. Gov. Brown Orders Unprecedented Water Reductions Climate change will likely deepen the drought,......

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