By the end of the century, temperatures will likely increase between 3. This number will likely increase by 26 to 56 additional extremely hot days by mid-century and 56 to days per year by the end of the century—for a total of between three and four national business report changes of additional extreme hot days per year.
Overall, August showed a weaker investment spending picture even though prospects for the economy remain strong. This region is also coastal, but the extent of expected sea level rise here is more varied than the east coast.
Northwest The Pacific Northwest is a good example of the general truth that similar climate impacts may be felt differently from one region to another.
Plans to raise compensation fell 1 point to a net 21 percent, historically strong.
Most of this increase will occur during times of the day when electricity consumption is already high. As we discuss further in the Southeast section below, these increasingly hot summers will have serious negative effects on health, mortality, and labor productivity.
If we con- tinue on our current path, by mid-century the average Southwest resident will likely see 13 to 28 additional extremely hot days. Thirty-two percent of all owners reported borrowing on a regular basis unchanged.
We are fully capable of managing climate risk, just as we manage risk in many other areas of our economy and national security—but only if we start to change our business and public policy decisions today. This is not a problem for another day. Looking out at the 1-in tail risk, sea level at Honolulu could rise by more than 6.
The regional nature of climate impacts and the regional nature of the overall American economy and cultural identity mean that there may not be one single national response to the risks highlighted by the Risky Business Project.
The California coastline is more exposed to sea level rise resulting from Antarctic melt than the global average, and there is a 1-in chance that sea levels could rise by more than 6. The net percent of owners reporting inventory increases was unchanged at a net 4 percent seasonally adjusted.
Take the case of Hurricane Katrina: The Risky Business Project takes as our unit of measurement the National Climate Assessment regions, which are organized loosely around shared geologic characteristics and climate impacts.
The net percent of owners planning to build inventories rose 6 points to a record net 10 percent, the fourteenth positive reading in the past 22 months. Looking out to the tail risks, though, there is a 1-in chance of more than 5. All of this could have a significant impact on the economy of the Great Plains.
Similarly, higher energy costs in the continental U.With this report, we call on the American business community to rise to the challenge and lead the way in helping reduce climate risks.
We hope the Risky Business Project will facilitate this action by providing critical information about how climate change may affect key sectors and regions of our national economy.
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