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Housing policy must include a renewed focus on incorporating sustainable, impactful and affordable building practices and disaster mitigation strategies to ensure that homes are more resilient to climate change. Incorporating climate resilience into development can support healthier and more economic homes for people who are at risk of bearing the brunt of climate impacts and reduce the risk of displacement resulting from damage caused by extreme weather or disasters.

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Climate | Community Development | Health and Housing | Preservation | Sustainability

Biden-Harris Administration Announces Nearly $67 Million in New Funding to Make Home More energy Efficient and Climate Resilient

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
May 21, 2024
Climate

As Insurers Around the U.S. Bleed Cash From Climate Shocks, Homeowners Lose

The New York Times
May 14, 2024
Climate

The Homeownership Insurance Crunch: See What is Happening in Your State

The New York Times
May 13, 2024
Climate

Lessons Learned from Assessing Exposure to Climate-Related Risks

Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)
May 1, 2024
Climate

New Nationwide Codes Mandate a Major Blow to Housing Affordability

National Association of Home Builders
April 25, 2024
Climate

Updated Home Energy Efficiency Standards Could Affect One in Four Homes

Rocky Mountain Institute
April 25, 2024
Climate

New Update: HUD and USDA Announce Adoption of Minimum Energy Standards that will Lower Monthly Costs for Homeowners and Renters

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
April 25, 2024
Climate | Health and Housing | Racial Equity | Sustainability

Where You Live Matters

National Fair Housing Alliance
Climate

HUD Announces Final Rule that will Protect Communities from Flooding Events and Rising Insurance Costs

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
April 22, 2024
Climate | Community Development

NLC Launches Program to Provide Environmental Justice Technical Assistance to Communities

The National League of Cities
April 11, 2024
Climate

Beyond Scope: How the SEC’s Climate Rule Threatens American Markets

U.S. House Financial Services Committee
April 10, 2024
Climate

Insurers Are Spying on Your Home From the Sky

The Wall Street Journal
April 6, 2024

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