Insurance nightmares: Are you protected from flooding?

Our investigation reveals many homeowners are unprepared for the growing threat of flooding because of confusing insurance policies, murky real estate rules and incomplete flood maps. We went undercover as both buyers and sellers to test what real estate agents say about disclosure of past flood damage and future flood risk.

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Thousands of hogs and poultry feared dead in aftermath of B.C. flooding

B.C. Agriculture Minister Lana Popham tells Power & Politics she’s confident her government can work on a compensation deal to help farmers in the province recover from the recent severe flooding.

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The Environment Agency warns of a wet winter – but is the UK prepared for future flooding?

On today’s Daily Climate Show, the Environment Agency warns of a wet winter but how much flooding is in the UK’s future? Plus MPs discuss climate education and French Spiderman strikes again.

Our guests Dame Julia King and George Monbiot discuss whether the UK is prepared for more flooding, and if biofuels can help us reach net zero.

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Arroyo Grande Water Damage Specialists Releases Tips for ‘Emergency Steps When Your House is Flooding’

The first thought when walking into a bathroom or laundry room and stepping in a pool of water is to stop the source of water. “While this is a logical thought,” said Mark Powers from SERVPRO of Pismo Beach /Arroyo Grande, “ it may not be the wisest. Shutting off the electricity at the breaker box might be the first step.”

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18,000 still trapped in Canada’s massive flooding

Emergency crews were still trying to reach about 18,000 people stranded after floods and mudslides destroyed roads, houses and bridges in British Columbia, in what could be the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.

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British Columbia: At least one dead in flooding as state of emergency declared

It’s been described as a once-in-a 500-year event and a "terrible, terrible disaster". (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)

The Canadian province of British Columbia has seen a month’s worth of rain in just two days.

A state of emergency was declared, as roads and railways were washed away, mass evacuations imposed, and at least one person confirmed killed, with many more missing or trapped.

The extreme weather is the second climate emergency for the province this year alone, after wildfires destroyed an entire town over the summer.
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