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FEATURING ELENA NOVAK - When Hurricane Ian hit Florida in late September 2022, it took more than a hundred lives, becoming the deadliest storm to hit the U.S. since Katrina in 2005. Hurricane Ian also caused the most financial damage in Florida of any storm in history, becoming the third costliest in the U.S. as a whole, and resulting in a massive loss of housing. 

In a state where developers were engaged in predatory behavior even before the storm, how have people been rebuilding in the intersection between climate change and disaster capitalism?

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