Climate change expert says US flood maps are outdated

the US flood maps are outdated
According to climate change experts, Climate change expert says US flood maps are outdated. new data suggests more than 70% of homes should be listed on FEMA’s flood map. Storms, heavy rains, rising temperatures, heat waves, and rising sea levels around the world. The United States also regularly sees the effects of climate change. parts of Georgia caused flash floods. Missouri, Kentucky, and Illinois have seen the heaviest rainfall in the last 100 years, and New York City is bracing for hurricane season, which, amid accelerating climate change, could mean more often.  Sea levels along the US coast are expected to rise by an average of 10 inches over the next 25 to 30 years.

Flooding has killed more than 100 people in the United States over the past two years. Due to high temperatures and increased energy consumption, the risk of wildfires is increasing in Nevada and California.

Scientific analyzes have shown that the global surface temperature is about 0.5 degrees Celsius higher than the average for the period 1991-2020.

Even after witnessing so many disasters, the world has not yet joined the fight against climate change. Two major greenhouse gases – carbon dioxide and methane – are hitting new records in the United States and Europe. Climate scientists say reducing emissions is key to preventing further warming. Climate experts are saying, Climate change could cause up to $3 billion in flood damage each year in the western United States,
US flood maps are outdated

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