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While people have been talking about potential impacts of climate change on real estate valuations for years, from the sea shore to river banks and ski resorts, it is only relatively recently that the topic has become mainstream. Today, some companies are beginning to bet on climate risk in real estate markets. But while the concentration is getting louder, there are many questions about the future of vulnerable real estate under climate change.
- Are we one hurricane away from a localized collapse of real estate markets?
- How quickly could sea levels rise at the local level?
- Are we one law away from a flood-insurance premium inspired collapse of localized real estate markets?
- Are we one fire away from the loss of fire insurance across large parts of the Western United States?
- How long will snow resort real estate values hold up in the face of shrinking snow packs?
- How rapidly will “climate gentrification” occur in real estate markets?
- Could real estate impacts turn into a systemic risk event at the level of the national economy?
- How well prepared are real estate interests for the climate change “gray rhinos” of rising seas and rising temperatures?
These are the kinds of trillion-dollar questions the Climate Web, based on 20,000 hours of knowledge curation, can help you explore. This Lite Roadmap organizes some of the resources available to you.
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- 2021/5 Climate crisis to put millions of British homes at risk of subsiding
- 2021/4 House hunters are fleeing climate change, causing a new kind of gentrification
- 2021/2 America’s Growing Flood Risk"
- 2021/6 Climate Change Batters the West Before Summer Even Begins
- 2021/2 Study Shows California Rains Starting Later, Extending Fire Season
- 2021/1 Why trees burned down in western wildfires may not come back
- 2021/6 Hoover Dam reservoir hits record low, in sign of extreme western U.S. drought
- 2021/5 Palm Beach County to appeal FEMA maps for coastal flood risk
- 2021/2 US Homeowner Flood Insurance Doesn’t Match the Risk
- 2021/5 Why the 2060s Are So Important to Climate Change
- 2021/4 ‘Impossible to adapt’: Surprisingly fast ice-melts in past raise fears about sea level rise
- 2021/3 Sea levels are rising fastest in big cities – here's why
- 2021/3 Miami Says It Can Adapt to Rising Seas. Not Everyone Is Convinced.
- 2021/2 Sea Levels Are Rising Faster Than Most Pessimistic Forecasts
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The Premium Real Estate Risks Roadmap digs much deeper into the topics already flagged at the top of this page, among others. Representing hundreds of hours of research and knowledge curation, the Premium Roadmap links together together explanatory materials, topical headings, individual reports, news stories, videos, and websites, curated topical dashboards for exploring key topics, and even individual ideas and graphics the Climatographers have extracted from a wide range of key sources. The Premium Real Estate Risks Roadmap walks you through the “story” of climate change and real estate, including:
- The rapidaly rising sea level rise and real estate conversation
- The evolving climate gentrification conversation
- The data relating to properly priced flood insurance premiums
- The much smaller literature on climate change and mountain resorts
- Wildfire impacts on insurance and real estate markets
- And much more
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