Climate Change Drove $75 Billion in Rainfall Damage Over the Past 30 Years


Climate Change Drove $75 Billion in Rainfall Damage Over the Past 30 Years

Extreme weather disasters are costing the country billions of dollars in damages each year. A new study from Stanford shows that over the past three decades, the U.S. has seen nearly $75 billion in damage from floods fueled by the climate crisis.

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Tags: Science, Stanford, Rain, Flooding, Extreme Weather, Hurricanes

Source:  https://earther.gizmodo.com/climate-change-drove-75-billion-in-rainfall-damage-ove-1846042659




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