U.S. flooding losses from climate change will spike 26% by 2050, researchers say

The damage will not be limited to coastal communities. Maps based on Nature modeling data show substantial increases in flooding risk concentrated in predominantly Black communities in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, as well as in Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia. They also show hotspots far inland, with landlocked states like West Virginia expected to bear significant increases.


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