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Sea Level Rise Guidance For Agencies, Cities

In 2008, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed an executive order calling for the development of a statewide strategy and ordered state agencies to plan for sea level rise impacts. And Oct. 14, following Gov. Jerry Brown's...more

Super Storm Sandy, Climate Change and Telecommunications Infrastructure: The Report from Mayor Bloomberg’s Special Initiative on...

On June 12, 2013, Mayor Bloomberg reported the findings and recommendations of his post-Super Storm Sandy task force. The goal of the report is primarily to minimize disruptions from climate hazards and to improve New York...more

Maryland Reassesses Local Sea Level Rise: More Of Us Are Going To Get Wet

We have looked at Delaware's perspective on rising sea levels several times in recent months. Now it is Maryland's turn....more

Sea Level Rise Impact On Coastal Development Must Now Be Taken Into Account - (Australia)

After 35 days of hearing, the Queensland Planning and Environment Court has delivered its most significant climate change adaptation decision yet. Rainbow Shores P/L v Gympie Regional Council & Ors sets a new precedent for...more

In Response To Sea Level Rising At Double The Global Rate, Delaware Debates Whether To Accommodate, Avoid, Protect Or Retreat

On February 19, 2013, the Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee ("DSLRAC") held the second of three "public engagement sessions" to solicit public comment on a list of 61 "Options for Preparing Delaware for Sea Level...more

RGGI Ratchets Down the Cap: We’re Still Going to Have to Adapt

It was a busy week on the climate change front in Boston. First, RGGI announced a new Model Rule. Under the new Model Rule, summarized here, the 2014 cap would be reduced by 45%, from 165 million tons to 91 million tons. ...more

Call For Comments On The Third National Climate Assessment

The draft “National Assessment of Supply Chain and Other Developing Risks” was issued just last month. It outlined increasing threats to infrastructure, food and water supplies, air quality, national security, public health...more

Hardening Buildings And Infrastructure To Mitigate Business Risks Of Sea Level Rise

In low-lying Miami, discussions about sea level rise go well beyond the hypothetical. For property developers, building owners, government agencies, and insurance companies, developing strategies to mitigate the risks of sea...more

Delaware Advisory Committee Suggests Mandatory Disclosure Of Rising Sea Levels In Real Estate Contracts

If the State dropped a notice in the mail advising you that 10% of your property was going to be condemned without compensation, you would immediately hire a lawyer, seek out the press and raise holy **** about the trampling...more

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