A new web tool offers a way to check the climate risk of individual homes. The service is a collaboration between a private firm and three University of Arizona scientists.
"Three University of Arizona scientists won approval from the board of regents this month to create Climate Appraisal Services with an East Coast entrepreneur. They call it the first online, address-based tool for gauging climate-change hazards in the next 50-100 years. It also lists natural and man-made dangers, from hurricanes and earthquakes to pollution and disease."
The premium report costs $30. The free "standard report" includes statistics such as the observed normal temperatures, air quality index, UV index, and various shoreline reduction possibilities.
Thanks to Ashwani Vasishth