Published on May 14, 2014
Around the world sea level is rising. Compounded by stronger and more frequent storms, lives and infrastructure well beyond beaches and ocean front properties are increasingly at risk for flooding and worse. Protecting natural barriers and wetlands from additional development, along our coastlines and in impacted inland waterways, is critical to saving wildlife and helping to prevent new catastrophic loss resulting from events like super storm Sandy. Coastal states are now developing additional adaptation projects to help protect communities, industry and agriculture in flood prone areas. (Documentary).
5-2014 We’ve updated the preview clip for our documentary currently in production, “Adapting to Sea-Level Rise.” New interviews in Washington DC with Manley Fuller of Florida Wildlife Federation and former US Representative for Delaware and Co-Author of the Coastal Barrier Resources Act, Tom Evans.