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Climate Change Effects: How Much Do Forest Fires, Hurricanes Cost Governments And Relief Agencies?

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As hurricanes, droughts and major forest fires increase or become more severe as a result of climate change, governments and relief agencies can expect to pay escalating amounts to respond to such natural disasters.
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