With increased heavy rain events and sea levels expected to rise by more than nine feet by 2100, many Rhode Island communities—like Common Fence Point in Portsmouth—are more than ready to PREP.
The marshes of Chesapeake Bay are among the most beautiful and the most threatened. Early this month, more than 230 stakeholders, gathered for a first-of-its-kind, regional dialogue on how to advance marsh and community resilience in the face of sea level rise and other stressors.
Archaeologists and ACE Basin Reserve volunteers are racing to uncover ancient secrets hidden under Pockoy Beach before they are swept away by rising seas…
We were pleased (but not surprised) to see the Jacques Cousteau Reserve-led Getting to Resilience community planning tool cited in the Northeast Chapter of the National Climate Assessment. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy….