Georgia

Georgia

In Georgia, local, state, federal government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private citizens are assessing where people and infrastructure within coastal communities are vulnerable to coastal hazards and sea level rise and applying natural solutions such as land protection, shoreline and wetland restoration and flood risk decision support tools.

Southeast U.S.

Southeast U.S.

California’s iconic coastline is threatened by the coastal squeeze between upland development and climate change induced sea level rise. The Nature Conservancy and partners are demonstrating the effectiveness of coastal resilience adaptation planning statewide through their engagements in Monterey Bay, and Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

South Carolina

South Carolina

South Carolina coastal communities are facing more frequent flooding from sea level rise and storm events. In response, they are identifying ways to visualize and reduce risk to their communities using natural infrastructure like coastal wetlands, beaches and dunes, living shorelines, and river floodplains.

Protecting Open Space & Ourselves

Protecting Open Space & Ourselves

Preserving open space can provide social, economic and environmental benefits. The recently released Protecting Open Space & Ourselves report, led by The Nature Conservancy and Texas A&M University, highlights the role that open space can play in reducing...