“Adaptation Inspiration” video highlights communities becoming resilient to sea-level rise

The Climate Program at the Hudson River Estuary Program has produced a short video “Sea-level rise: planning coastal development” highlighting how the City of Kingston and residents of Piermont are adapting to sea-level rise and coastal flooding. The second offering in the “Adaptation Inspiration” series, this video reviews the causes of sea level rise and showcases the positive approaches with which these communities are adapting to this consequence of climate change. Thank you to filmmakers Laura and Mustafa at Flicker Filmworks! Visit the climate program’s webpage on climate resilience case studies to learn more about flood-adaptive planning efforts.

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