Preliminary design for the amphitheater; via DDC

New York: Completed report announced following East Side Coastal Resiliency Project consultant review

Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Council Member Carlina Rivera announced Thursday the completed report by independent consulting firm Deltares on the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project (ESCR). As 6sqft previously reported, the project was first developed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and is intended to protect 2.2 miles of Manhattan’s East Side, between East 25th Street and Montgomery Street, from flooding and improve access to waterfront space. According to the city, the ESCR project would protect over 110,000 New Yorkers in the area.

Crews work on the nosecone of SpaceX's Starship Mk 1 Thursday at the South Texas Ground Control Station near Boca Chica beach outside Brownsville. (Denise Cathey/The Brownsville Herald)

Texas: Boca Chica Beach access to close for SpaceX

Gulf of Mexico
Mexico Beach Mayor Al Cathey reflects on the last year since Hurricane Michael outside Mango Marley's, a local restaurant, on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. CREDIT VALERIE CROWDER

Florida: Mexico Beach Residents Commemorate First Anniversary Of Hurricane Michael

A view of Alfa Serene Apartments at Maradu, located on the banks of Kochi backwaters, one among those in violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone guidelines. | Photo Credit: Thulasi Kakkat

India: 'Maradu flats demolition to be carried out by two companies'

Wes Haskett currently holds multiple positions with the Town of Southern Shores including town planner, code enforcement officer and interim town manager. Philip S. Ruckle Jr. photo

North Carolina: Southern Shores to hire beach funding consultant

Sand dunes line North Topsail Beach in January 2019 (Photo: Monique Robinson)

Topsail Beach to start $24.6M channel dredging, beach nourishment project

Parachuters free fall over the man-made Palm Jumeirah Island in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. SKYDIVE DUBAI/GETTY IMAGES

Man-made Islands Are More Common Than You Think

McNair Road beside Nimitz Library is awash on the U.S. Naval Academy yard, flooded by the storm surge following Hurricane Isabel in 2003. If sea level rise continues at its current rate, the Academy may be forced to abandon its Annapolis location in less than a century.

Climate Change is Coming for Annapolis