How does climate change impact
the cost of healthcare?
Given to US state and local governments
to rebuild public infrastructure between
2005 and 2014 by The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s public
Of the world’s population (2.4 billion people) lives within 100km of the coast
In commercial, industrial, road, rail and residential assets will be at risk from sea level rise alone by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions continue at high levels
In losses from natural catastrophes in 2018 – people in low and average income brackets may no longer be able to afford property insurance premiums
Additional deaths per year between 2030 and 2050 due to climate change - Household air and ambient air pollution causes 4.3 and 3 million deaths per year, respectively
Can the existing coastal infrastructure
survive intense storm damage?
How could rising sea levels affect
commercial and residential assets?
In direct damage costs (i.e. excluding costs in health-determining sectors such as agriculture and water and sanitation) to health by 2030