April 11 2014

FEEM Re3: "Projecting Future Insured Coastal Flooding Damages with Climate Change"

Estimates of future damages from climate change in coastal areas are of growing interest for climate change research and policy-making.  The new article by David C. Major, Daniel Bader, Robin Leichenko, Katie Johnson and Megan Linkin describes a newly-developed methodology applied to estimate total insured coastal damages with climate change for the period 2025-2085 in New York State, USA.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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