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Wall Street increasingly weighs risk from climate change
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Wall Street increasingly weighs risk from climate change

In the wake of two years of devastating wildfires in California, Wall Street is incorporating a new risk metric when evaluating companies: climate resiliency.

Flood forecasts for coastal South Carolina are scaled back

Flood forecasts for coastal South Carolina are scaled back

Emergency management officials on Wednesday scaled back their flooding forecasts for coastal South Carolina but urged residents not to be complacent as the rivers swollen by Hurricane Florence wreak havoc on the state.

Florence-triggered flooding washes into South Carolina

Thousands of people in the Georgetown, South Carolina area were urged to leave.

Hurricane Florence deluges Carolinas ahead of landfall

Hurricane Florence deluges Carolinas ahead of landfall

Flooding from Hurricane Florence swept across the Carolinas early on Friday.

'Monster' Hurricane Florence takes aim at U.S. Southeast
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'Monster' Hurricane Florence takes aim at U.S. Southeast

Hurricane Florence, on track to become the first Category 4 storm to make a direct hit on North Carolina in six decades, howled closer to shore on Wednesday, threatening to unleash pounding surf, days of torrential rain and severe flooding.
More than 1.5 million ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Florence threatens Carolinas
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More than 1.5 million ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Florence threatens Carolinas

More than 1.5 million people were ordered to evacuate their homes along the U.S. Atlantic coast as Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm and the most powerful to menace the Carolinas in nearly three decades, barreled in on Tuesday.
2017 second-costliest year on record for natural-disaster insured losses: Aon
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2017 second-costliest year on record for natural-disaster insured losses: Aon

Insured losses in the private sector and government-sponsored programs from natural disasters came to $134 billion in 2017, making it the second-costliest year on record, broker Aon Benfield said on Wednesday.
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