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Homeowners may feel heat of global warming

Insurers studying impact on rates

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / August 6, 2006

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Global warming could soon hit homeowners in the pocketbook. An influential but little known segment of the insurance industry is considering whether climate change might be partly to blame for more intense hurricanes in the North Atlantic. The result of this examination, which comes as scientists debate the same question, could be skyrocketing insurance rates in coastal regions from Maine ... (Full article: 1397 words)

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