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On average, heat kills more people in the United States each year than any other natural disaster. In New York City, around 120 people die from heat exposure annually. Eighty percent of them perish in their homes.
Growing up in an old New York City apartment building, Andrew Gladstone associated winter nights with a certain soundtrack.
The risk of a ratings downgrade can pressure cities and companies to take steps to mitigate climate risks, such as from sea level rise.
In many coastal states, flood-prone areas have seen the highest rates of home construction since 2010, a study found, suggesting that the risks of climate change have yet to fundamentally change pe
Major changes to electricity systems, transportation and other sectors are needed to meet ambitious greenhouse gas targets