As rainfall becomes heavier and localized flooding more pervasive and destructive, entrepreneurs are stepping up. New companies are employing high-tech and the cloud to manage what comes out of clouds. With the information, they are able to repurpose real estate to retain and redirect the water. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports.
Intense storms are becoming much more frequent, damaging local infrastructures and budgets. New companies are turning to technology to find ways to mitigate the impact of costly flooding nationwide.
A new study finds home values are both rising and falling in certain areas due to climate change and the rising risk of more extreme weather. The study looks at Miami and dramatic changes taking place in Little Haiti.
A historic town in Maryland, barely a blip on the map, is a blueprint for developing disaster: real estate development in the face of increasingly wet weather.
Todd Whitehill and his team of bridge painters work year-round to ensure the George Washington Bridge is operational at all times.
Billions of dollars are being invested in new development at some of the riskiest locations in Boston. Some developers are putting climate resilience front and center, while others are putting their projects and investors at risk.
The estate features its own spa, a private nightclub and unparalleled views of the water.
Serendipity 3 in New York City is serving up the world's priciest sandwich, packed with ingredients from around the world.
This 14,000 square foot estate is one of Brooklyn's priciest properties.