We are seeing the effects of climate change in Maine, with more changes looming in the years ahead. It may be hard to imagine how rising seas, larger storms, and storm surges may impact our roads, homes, and quality of life in the decades ahead. Yet, we still have time to take action and build resilience into our infrastructure and our coastlines.
Join us online at noon on March 3 as Casco Baykeeper Ivy Frignoca and special guest, Marine Geologist Peter Slovinsky from Maine Geological Survey, share a special presentation on how Maine’s coast can be resilient to climate change.
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What: Sea level, storms, and surges, oh my!
How Maine’s coasts can be resilient to climate change
A Casco Bay Matters Event
Who: Casco Baykeeper Ivy Frignoca, Friends of Casco Bay and special guest Marine Geologist Peter Slovinsky, Maine Geological Survey
Peter’s work focuses on sea level rise, coastal hazards, beach and shoreline erosion mapping, living shorelines, and assessing the vulnerability of both natural and built environments to the potential effects of sea-level rise and storms in support of municipal, regional, and state level decision-making. Peter helps communities understand coastal hazards and develop viable local and regional adaptation strategies.
When: Wednesday, March 3, Noon to 1 p.m. Grab your lunch and join us online!
This event will take place via Zoom. We will send you instructions for joining the event after you register.