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As hurricane season arrives, here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

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On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are announcing a new initiative to modernize building codes. They want communities to be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due…
2 months ago·Atlantic, Canada

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Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are announcing a new initiative to modernize building codes

2 months ago·United States
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Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change .

2 months ago·United States
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Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

By FREIDA FRISARO Associated PressMIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Ali Zaidi, the deputy national cli…

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Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Ali Zaidi, the deputy national climate advisor to President Joe Bide…

2 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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The government wants to disaster-proof your home, here's their plan

Updated building codes provide a range of smart design and construction methods "that save lives, reduce property damage, and lower utility bills," according to a news release announcing the National Initiative to Advance Building Codes.

2 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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