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Our top-ranking cities for climate resiliency: 2024 study

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“Protecting the nation’s cities from [rising] sea-level will cost billions,” says Joan Fitzgerald. “Most cities do not have the resources to adapt to climate change, so they often rely on property owners to take resilience measures. Federal and state funding will be needed, but at some point, hard decisions will have to be made on which places to protect, when water can be accommodated and when to retreat.”

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