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Coastal Resilience

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The Coastal Resilience project provides geographically targeted resources to address ecolgical and socio-economic risks of coastal hazards through

  • Raising awareness;
  • Assessing Risk;
  • Identifying Choices; and
  • Taking Action.

The project provides communities, planners, businesses, and elected officials with easy access to information on projected coastal changes due to sea level and storm events coupled with solutions for coastal impact education, planning, land protection, and comprehensive management actions.

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