Three of every four people in Florida live in the state’s coastal areas. About 5.9 million live in locations less than three meters (9.84 feet) above sea level. However, even though sea levels are rising gradually, gaining about an inch every three years in the most vulnerable areas, their impact on coastal property prices in Florida has been observable since 2012.
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The recently published Resources for the Future report outlines in scary detail the reality that the Sunshine State faces over the next 20 years and how vulnerable Miami and the entire state are to sea level rise, extreme heat, and climate change at large. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE