“Rising seas erode $15.8 billion in home value from Maine to Mississippi”

From the First Street Foundation‘s press release, with selected figures below. This is based upon the methods described in:

S. A. McAlpine, J. R. Porter, “Estimating recent local impacts of Sea-Level Rise on current real-estate losses: A housing market case study in Miami-Dade, Florida“, (open access) Population Research and Policy Review, December 2018, 37(6), 871–895.

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