Environment

Climate Change And Real Estate Climate change and real estate are intertwined. According to  Mika Tosca, a climate scientist at NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) and a faculty member at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, during her talk at Inman Luxury Connect in Los Angeles, "“We’re likely to see rising sea levels threatening coastal development,” Tosca said. “A huge proportion of the United States and global population lives within five miles of the coast.” Sea level is expected to rise at least three feet by the end of the century. Especially at risk are properties  within three feet or fewer above sea level in...

Photo Credit: Nasa Are Hurricanes Harvey & Irma The New Normal Are Hurricanes Harvey & Irma The New Normal? David Helvarg, the executive director of Blue Frontier, an ocean conservation organization, in an interview with Amy Goodman from "Democracy Now", had this to say; "As we see sea level rise in certain areas, like the Texas and Louisiana coast, South Florida, the tidelands of Virginia. You’re projecting now three to six feet or more of sea level rise in the century. Maybe it has only been ten inches today. People are going to go, “Well, what’s ten inches?” But it could be the difference...

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