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  1. Climate Change Heading South Fast

    If emissions go unchecked, rising temperatures and sea levels will flood U.S. homes and businesses to the tune of $370 billion in property damage by 2100, and that’s just in Florida and Louisiana. The nation, which already averages 658 heat-related deaths a year, could see temperatures so fierce that residents are forced to stay indoors, spiking electricity costs and further taxing the environment. According to the new Risky Business report, the hurricane-stricken American South will bear the greatest brunt.

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