Damage from hurricanes is expected to increase significantly in the
coming decades because of the effects of climate change and coastal
development. In turn, potential requests for federal relief and
recovery efforts will increase as well. The Congressional Budget
Office has estimated the magnitude of the increases in hurricane
damage and the associated amounts of federal aid if historical
patterns hold. This book provides a detailed discussion on the
implications of increased risk on the federal budget of hurricane
damage in the upcoming years.
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