Small New Hampshire Coastal Community Takes Big Steps Forward (Stormwater Center)
The town of Newfields has recently done some very exciting work for climate preparedness. Since spring 2012, partners from CAW with funding from the New Hampshire Coastal Program have been helping Newfields to create an action plan to prepare for the effects of extreme weather.
Newfields, New Hampshire, residents developed an action plan to prepare for impacts of extreme weather on people, infrastructure, and natural resources. Gulf of Maine Times, 04/30/2013 More>>
Coal Tar Industry Fights Bans on Sealants
Published Thursday, Apr. 04, 2013 Chicago Tribune, 04/04/2013 More>>
Failure Becomes an Option for Infrastructure Engineers Facing Climate Change
A University of New Hampshire civil engineer thinks infrastructure must be designed to fail safely.
Scientific American, 03/21/2013 More>>
Bay State leaders tackle the problem of climate change
Warning that the Massachusetts coastline could face water levels at least two feet higher within 30 years, a group of leaders in government and science met Tuesday to discuss plans to change building codes, slow greenhouse gases and develop disaster plans for future calamities similar to Super Storm Sandy.
Milford Daily News, 03/06/2013 More>>
City Infrastructure Design in a Changing Climate
As our climate changes, the way we engineer our cities must, too. That’s the message from University of New Hampshire professor Paul Kirshen, an author of a recent report that assessed Bostons vulnerability to coastal flooding.
Smart Energy Advisory, 02/18/2013 More>>