As shorelines shift due to storms, sea level rise, and subsidence, how are communities deciding if they should relocate or redesign?

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DUSP Alumna, Carri Hulet (MCP ’13), spearheaded an effort by the Consensus Building Institute to enable coastal communities to consider the consequences of their adaptation or migration choices and thoughtfully engage in difficult conversations. The product of her efforts can be found at the newly launched website, climigration.org.

Additional information about the Consensus Building Institute can be found here.

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Posted on August 30, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for featuring this!

    On Aug 30, 2017 10:57 AM, “MIT Environmental Policy and Planning” wrote:

    > MIT Environmental Policy and Planning posted: ” DUSP Alumna, Carri Hulet > (MCP ’13), spearheaded an effort by the Consensus Building Institute to > enable coastal communities to consider the consequences of their adaptation > or migration choices and thoughtfully engage in difficult conversations. > The pro” >

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