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NY - East Side Coastal Resiliency report mysteriously appears with unreadable redactions

A much sought-after ghost study of the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) that mysteriously could not be traced has suddenly been released to the public, but it is almost unreadable due to heavy redactions.

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FL - Volusia legislators file bill for seawalls; conservation groups are opposed

Two of Volusia County's legislators have filed identical bills that would increase the use of seawalls to protect beach properties from rising seas.

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NC - Whitehead to Lead ODU Climate Program

Jessica Whitehead, formerly chief resilience officer for North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency, is now the Joan P. Brock Endowed executive director of the Institute for Coastal Adaptation and Resilience, or ICAR, at Old Dominion University, the university announced Thursday.

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ME - Commentary: Regional coordination is key to tackling climate action in Maine

The Southern Maine Regional Sustainability and Resilience Program is helping six York County towns address climate change impacts and advance resilience efforts.

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MS - Black-owned businesses once thrived in historic Coast neighborhood. Is a revival coming?

There wasn’t much reason to leave the neighborhood. That’s what people remember about Soria City, one of Gulfport’s historic Black communities, during the mid-20th century.

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MS - Dr. Shannon Campbell Selected to Lead USM’s Coastal Operations

The University of Southern Mississippi has selected a leading strategic planning and economic development professional to position USM’s coastal teaching and research sites in Long Beach, Gulfport, Ocean Springs and at the Stennis Space Center for future growth in support of the education, business and industry needs unique to the region.

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NC - Southern Shores moves closer to adopting municipal service districts to fund beach nourishment

The Southern Shores Town Council continued the discussion Tuesday evening, February 2 for funding the beach nourishment project through establishing municipal service districts (MSDs). The council also approved a motion to receive bids for Sea Oats Trail road improvement.