Sean C. Davis Editor-in-Chief
It’s not outlandish to say that John Kerry’s speech at the Ted last Tuesday was historic, especially for Hampton Roads. Just days after President Obama announced that the Keystone XL Pipeline would be rejected, signaling at least …
This post is part of the Mace & Crown’s sea level rise and adaptation blog, Rising Seas, Sinking Cities. Sean C. Davis Editor-in-Chief
The Virginia Sea Grant held a student discussion on Sept. 18 …
Students and organizations throughout southeast Virginia are collaborating to design the first climate change adapted neighborhood in the nation.
Leaders from Hampton Roads’ cities are having to adapt to climate change now. As the region sinks while sea levels rise, the conversation on how to prepare came to Old Dominion University in March of 2015.
In coastal Virginia, the amount of relative sea level rise surpasses almost everywhere else in the United States. The region’s leaders now accept that for Norfolk and Hampton Roads as a whole, rising seas off of our coastlines could be disastrous.