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Coastal Resilience - The Nature Conservancy - In addition to project area sites across the Caribbean, North America, and Mexico and Central America, Coastal Resilience is collaborating with organizations of varying scales and across sectors to implement work that promotes resilience to coastal hazards on the ground.
Digital Coast Launches Green Infrastructure Effectiveness Database - OFFICE FOR COASTAL MANAGEMENT (OCM) | NATIONAL CENTERS FOR COASTAL OCEAN SERVICES (NCCOS) Decision-makers want to understand how to effectively use nature-based practices to protect people, property, and infrastructure from storms and sea level rise. For this purpose, OCM assembled a collection of sources on the effectiveness of green infrastructure. NCCOS and the NOAA Climate Program Office provided input. The new Green Infrastructure Effectiveness Database provides a means of quickly searching for source information and studies. The database also illuminates gaps in information and areas for enhanced study.
Resilient America - http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/resilientamerica/ The Resilient America Roundtable and its programs aim to help communities and the nation build resilience to extreme events to save lives and reduce the physical and economic costs of disasters. Responding to the Threat of Sea Level Rise: Proceedings of a Forum(2017) The future rate and extent of sea level rise are highly uncertain, and responses to higher water levels will need to reflect this uncertainty. Sea level rise was a major topic of the annual meeting of the National Academy of Engineering on October 9–10, 2016, and the second day featured a forum on adaptation to it. This summary of the forum, which also incorporates material from Robert J. Nicholls’ plenary presentation, outlines a rich and challenging set of problems for engineers, scientists, and those who work with them.
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