Cities facing $194bn annual bill due to floods and droughts
Climate-related floods and droughts are set to impact millions more people and cost the world’s major cities $194bn (£158bn) every year by 2050, new forecasts suggest.In a report published today by the C40 Cities network, the researchers warn that devastating river and coastal floods will unleash enormous economic, health, and social consequences, unless urgent act
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