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Climate change: how can we prepare U.S. homes for extreme weather?

'Human-caused climate change will make extreme weather events more frequent and more damaging in the coming decades.' Image: REUTERS/David Swanson

Drew DeSilver

Senior Writer, Pew Research Center

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