The Heinz Center and Ceres have released Resilient Coasts: A Blueprint for Action, which outlines policy changes and common sense actions that could reduce economic, ecological and social losses from future storms and rising sea levels along U.S. coastlines.  Specific recommendations include: enable planning for climate impacts by providing the necessary science and decision-making tools; require risk-based land use planning; and design adaptable infrastructure and building code standards to meet future risk.  The blueprint was produced by a coalition of leading insurers, public officials, risk experts, builders and conservations groups.


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