Archive | (3) Media

Links to local and national media covering climate trends and adaptation.

National Geographic Blog post by a guest blogger with a local connection

On September 10, the story Glacier National Park Prepares for Ice-Free Future appeared in the National Geographic Water Currents Blog by guest bloggers Allie Goldstein and Kirsten Howard. Kirsten recently started work at the Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program as a two year fellow from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coastal Services Center. Last spring, she graduated from the […]

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Reporting live from the National Adaptation Forum

CAW is on the road! We’re at the National Adaptation Forum in Denver, CO, an inaugural convening of adaptation practitioners and experts from around the country focused on moving from adaptation planning to adaptation action. Several CAW members are sharing posters starting today! Steve is introducing the Great Bay Climate Assessment, Chris is sharing his thesis […]

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Article from The Washington Post: Climate change could burn a hole in the government’s finances

Check out the article: “Climate change could burn a hole in the government’s finances, GAO says,” by Lisa Rein and Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post, February 14 Excerpt: “As climate change leads to more frequent and destructive natural disasters and threatens crop yields, bridges and other infrastructure, the federal government faces big financial risks that […]

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COAST Project in the News!

Check out this media coverage of the final COAST project meeting:  “Planners urge preventive action as sea levels rise,” by Deborah Mcdermott, Seacoast Online. Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook have experienced widespread flooding in recent years. The purpose of this project is to work with the three communities on using a decision support tool called COAST […]

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CAW Member Interviewed on NECN

CAW member Dr. Paul Kirshen, research professor with the Civil Engineering Department & Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space at the University of New Hampshire, was interviewed on NECN on June 26 about rising sea levels and what it means to New England. Check out the NECN video clip: Rising sea levels […]

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