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#KingTideNH2016. By Brian Wilson. Hampton NH

CAW Partners Announce Coastal Resilience Grant Awards, Commit to Implement NH Coastal Risk and Hazards Commission Recommendations

Portsmouth, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Coastal Program is excited to announce five new projects to promote flood hazard preparedness and resilience in New Hampshire communities along the Atlantic Coast and Great Bay estuary. Together, these projects mobilize over $521,000 to focus on municipal and state coastal resilience planning and […]

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CAW Receives EPA’s Environmental Merit Award

CAW was one of five winners in New Hampshire that received a 2015 Environmental Merit Award from the Environmental Protection Agency. The Environmental Merit Awards, which are given to environmental leaders who have already taken action, are awarded in the categories of individual; business; local, state or federal government; and environmental, community, academia or nonprofit organization. CAW […]

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The role-play generates discussion about climate-related risks. Photo Credit: MIT Science Impact Collaborative.

Dover Contemplates How to Prepare for Climate Change

Members of the New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup have been collaborating with residents of the City of Dover to better understand the risks the community faces from climate change and identify opportunities to make the community more resilient. Dover’s Preparing for Climate Change Steering Committee presented to the Dover City Council in early March. An […]

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100 Seacoast residents attended the Shoreline Management Conference, sponsored by NHCAW, in December 2014. Champions in the making?

Managing the N.H. Shoreline

By Rebecca Zeiber, N.H. Sea Grant Science Writer Sea walls, sand dunes, beach nourishment, living shorelines, coastal retreat — the list of methods communities can employ to deal with sea level rise and storm surge is growing by the year. There are no easy solutions, but the success of any strategy or combination of strategies […]

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Rye Climate Project In the News

A Seacoast Online article features the third workshop on Preparing for Climate Change in Rye, during which residents took a field trip to some salt marshes and learned why they’re important for habitat and coastal protection and how they’re vulnerable to sea level rise. This project is facilitated by NHCAW partner organizations including the University of […]

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