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New Home Sales Edge Higher in August

Strong demand, low interest rates and fewer existing homes for sale helped contribute to an uptick in new home sales in August even as home prices continue to rise. Sales of newly built, single-family homes in August rose 1.5% to a 740,000 seasonally adjusted annual rate from an upwardly revised reading in July, according to newly released data by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau. Sales are up Read more…

USDA Takes Significant Steps to Build More Sustainable, Resilient and Inclusive Food Systems

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23, 2021 – At the United Nations Food Systems Summit this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture highlighted $5 billion in planned investments and several steps it has taken to advance the goals of ending hunger and malnutrition and building more sustainable, resilient and inclusive food systems. These efforts are guided by USDA’s deep commitment to science-based, data-driven decision-making and innovative solutions, and the recognition that trade and well-functioning markets at the local, regional Read more…

Nestle And Delta Are Among Dozens Of Firms Most At Risk Of Climate Change Hazards, Investors Warn

TOPLINE Leading companies like Nestle, Delta Air Lines and Clorox are among dozens of global firms “highly exposed” to climate hazards, a leading group of investors warned Thursday, as they urged businesses to do more to address the risks of climate change. KEY FACTS Fifty at-risk companies around the world are more likely to be threatened by natural disasters like floods, wildfires, extreme heat and hurricanes, according to the Institutional Investors Group On Climate Change Read more…

HBGI: Small Outlying Counties Have Greatest Share of Most Affordable Markets

Housing affordability has been a key driver of the suburban shift of home building activity over the last year and a half. As the following analysis from the NAHB Home Building Geography Index reveals, lower density markets in general have higher housing affordability conditions, which explains the shift in construction activity. The second quarter HBGI examined county-level Price-to-Income ratios. The analysis found that the growth of single-family home building in the middle affordability tiers outpaced those Read more…

No, eradicating poverty is not gonna mess with climate goals

For years, environmental researchers have been trying to understand if providing a decent living for everyone on Earth would be at odds with reaching our most ambitious climate goals. After all, eradicating poverty means consuming more energy: paving new roads, building hospitals and schools, and providing decent housing with clean water and heating. Some researchers have even argued that the world needs to decide “what level of poverty we’re OK with” if we want to stay on Read more…

House Democrats Seek Overhaul of Energy Tax Incentives

The House is moving forward with its $2 trillion tax plan, which includes significant changes to energy tax incentives used for residential construction and remodeling. Many of these proposed changes are positive, but some would diminish the utility of these credits moving forward. Section 45L New Energy Efficient Home Credit. This credit, which expires at the end of the year, would be extended through the end of 2031. However, starting in 2022, the credit would take Read more…

Are Air Pollution And Climate Change Two Sides Of The Same Coin?

It is often said that climate change is a broad church – a very broad church. From conservation and protecting endangered species to developing sustainable methods of manufacturing, it now covers a multitude of issues, which are all now competing for our attention. For many years, air pollution appeared to be one of those niche areas, which was frequently got overlooked. But as global temperatures continue to rise, wildfires rage in various countries and countries Read more…

How to end the American obsession with driving

This summer’s series of extreme wildfires, hurricanes, and tropical storms have made it more apparent than ever that the effects of climate change are here. Limiting the damage caused by future disasters will require a whole-of-government approach — one not limited to what the federal government can do. There’s a host of ideas that states and municipalities could implement to curb greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in some of the world’s biggest polluters: American cities. According Read more…

July Single-Family Permit Gains

Over the first seven months of 2021, the total number of single-family permits issued year-to-date (YTD) nationwide reached 681,949. On a year-over-year (YoY) basis, this is a 29.7% increase over the July 2020 level of 525,623. Year-to-date ending in July, single-family permits increased in all four regions. The Northeast region reported the strongest increase of 32.2%, followed by the South (+30.4%), the West (+29.8%), and the Midwest (+25.8%). Multifamily permits were robust across the country in July Read more…