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Do you know of a study that has examined both (the difference) between the market value of the global assets at risk over the next 100 years from rising sea levels and increasing storm intensity versus the replacement value of the global assets at risk over the next 100 years from rising sea levels and increasing storm intensity? Do we believe these numbers are close? Are they farther apart in wealthier countries or poorer countries? How are coastal insurance policies written? Have real estate insurance premiums in “at risk” locations changed over the last 30 years? Should we use the VSL to evaluate the potential health and mortality risks to people around the world, why not also think about a colder utilitarian calculation?

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