The US recently provided $ 1 trillion in bipartisan bilu the aim is to repair and repair the country’s rotten weapons, but a new report on the dangers of flooding due to climate change warns. a lot of money it may be necessary.
For the next 30 years, rising sea levels and heavy rainfall can cause about 26% of US underwater roads frequently. As many as 40,000 essential facilities, including airports, fire stations, and hospitals, could be at risk of flooding.
These are just a few of the alarms that have been released recently, over the years analysis was held last month by the non-profit organization First Street Foundation. Report found already existing about 2 Million miles (3.2 million miles) US roads are at risk today, and 200,000 miles (320,000 km) will be put in a safe place in the coming years..
In addition to roads and essential infrastructure, the study looked at current trends in climate change related to climate change. flooding will have workplaces, (think government buildings, churches, and museums) and residential and commercial buildings. The risk of flooding to residential areas is expected to increase by 10% over the next 30 years, putting about 13.6 million homes at risk of flooding., while commercial areas are expected to see a 7% increase in the risk of flooding at the same time.
Elsewhere, coastal roads in Louisiana and Florida are at high risk of flooding, and New Orleans and Miami he considered cities to be the most vulnerable. In addition, the two coastal cities have a population of about 1 million kale to look at results of rising seas it’s raining heavily. According to the study, 17 of the 20 regions most at risk of flooding in the US were in Louisiana, Florida, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
In the state of Monroe, in the Florida Keys, seawater is already gaining ground, especially during recess. powerful waves that strike the earth in every fall. Rising seas they have increased the tide, forcing government officials to consider it difficult and expensive–measures. In an interview with WPTV, Chief Resilience Officer of Monroe County Rhonda Haag said she was concerned about what would happen 322 miles (520 km) local roads the area takes care of as the oceans pass to rise.
“It is known to be difficult,” Haag told WPTV about sea level rise. But once it is in the water and it lasts a long time, it is no longer a distraction. It is a serious problem. ” However, solutions to these problems in your area are not cheap.
According to Haag, upgrading roads in Monroe Country to prevent flooding could cost $ 1.8 billion. This is just the tip of the iceberg, as US territories desperately need to rehabilitate floodwaters. Beyond the highways, repairing hurricanes, planting trees and wetlands, and other solutions could help Americans stay out of the water.
This too is not something to wait for and see. Floods have already devastated US cities across the country. In fact, more than half of the most important architecture in Harris counties and Miami-Dade, the two largest states in the country at risk of flooding today. Six months ago themselves will also be a subject matter in flood-run floods and typhoons in all parts of the country. Damage has been expensive and widespread, since subway stations are flooded with rainwater to road damage. Price to to protect more infrastructure and astronomy — but instead of doing anything it can be very expensive.