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New York underwater: The industry has avoided taking a stance on climate change — but it may have everything to lose

New York underwater: The industry has avoided taking a stance on climate change — but it may have everything to lose

When President Donald Trump announced in June that the United States would pull out of the Paris climate accord, New York developer Jonathan Rose...

New York underwater: The industry has avoided taking a stance on climate change — but it may have everything to lose
Hamptons homeowners, renters are among the most exposed to climate change

Hamptons homeowners, renters are among the most exposed to climate change

Taxpayers in the Hamptons are among the most vulnerable to losing money to climate change. Among municipalities with a...

Hamptons homeowners, renters are among the most exposed to climate change
Climate change already hitting home prices

Climate change already hitting home prices

The risk of climate change appears to be having an impact on housing prices. Average home prices in areas that face low risks of flooding, hurricanes and wildfires outpaced areas that had a greater...

Climate change already hitting home prices
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How Boston is preparing its waterfront RE for worsening storms

The ocean near Boston is warming at a faster rate than any other area in the U.S., so the...

How Boston is preparing its waterfront RE for worsening storms
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San Fran’s catch-22: Sea levels are rising and coastal areas are sinking

“If the right one don’t get you then the left one will”– the famous lyric pretty much sums up...

San Fran’s catch-22: Sea levels are rising and coastal areas are sinking
Back: 2011 photo from a North Dakota flood. (Credit: 3rd Combat Camera Squadron Staff Sgt. Shardia Jackson; illustration by Wikimedia Commons)

What can be saved? US cities debate how to prepare for extreme storms

American cities are debating how to tackle the changing nature of storms, but the one thing everyone can agree...

What can be saved? US cities debate how to prepare for extreme storms
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 31: The remains of burned homes (Bottom R) are surrounded by water with the Manhattan skyline in the distance after Superstorm Sandy on October 31, 2012 in the Breezy Point neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. Over 50 homes were reportedly destroyed in a fire during the storm. At least 50 people were reportedly killed in the U.S. by Sandy. New York City was hit especially hard with widespread power outages and significant flooding in parts of the city.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

NYC basements may not be insurable soon

You might not want to bank on basement apartments boosting the city’s affordable housing stock — according to one of Europe’s largest insurers, such units won’t be insurable in the next 10 years. “If...

NYC basements may not be insurable soon
WATCH: Experts talk climate change and its impact on the real estate industry

WATCH: Experts talk climate change and its impact on the real estate industry

From TRD Miami: Is South Florida drowning? Francis Suarez, Patrick Murphy, Kobi Karp and Bruce Mowry discussed what rising sea...

WATCH: Experts talk climate change and its impact on the real estate industry
The best US cities to live in to escape the worst effects of climate change

The best US cities to live in to escape the worst effects of climate change

The world is changing fast. Farmable land is shrinking, storms are strengthening, and temperatures are rising. Across the US, cities aren’t...

The best US cities to live in to escape the worst effects of climate change
De Blasio wants to fine the city’s polluting buildings up to $2M per year

De Blasio wants to fine the city’s polluting buildings up to $2M per year

Mayor Bill de Blasio will lay out a plan today that would require thousands of buildings to comply with...

De Blasio wants to fine the city’s polluting buildings up to $2M per year

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