Richard Wiles

Center for Climate Integrity

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Executive director of the Center for Climate Integrity.

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It would cost $416 billion to build enough seawalls to protect American cities against rising sea levels. That's according to a new    report    by the Center for Climate Integrity.

More than $400 billion needed to build seawalls to protect U.S. cities

It would cost $416 billion to build enough seawalls to protect American cities against rising sea levels. That's according to a new report by the Center for Climate Integrity.

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