Flood-Stricken British Columbia Weighs Cost of Climate-Proofing Infrastructure

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Insurance Journal - Nov 24, 2021

CALGARY, Alberta – Flood-stricken British Columbia is considering major upgrades to its highway network to make it more resilient to climate change risks, as the province starts reconstruction work after last week’s devastating floods. Upgrades would include building longer bridges …...

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