This comment assesses the current state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the threats to it from climate change . In addition, it explores several strategies to change the NFIP for a changing climate.
This set of essays discusses the meaning and role of "zero-sum environmentalism," the idea that environmental regulation demands tradeoffs in which one side loses for the other to win, in order to begin moving beyond that framework.
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