Resilience Building: Coastal Flood Preparation
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Flooding is the most fatal and catastrophic meteorological threat to coastal communities, and its ramifications are made worse due to the devastating effects of climate change. Although flooding hazards can impact any community, historically low-income communities of color have disproportionately been impacted due to poor infrastructure and insufficient resources when faced with flood related disasters. GCVEF Community Organizer, Chassidy Malloy, will host a virtual listening session where participants will have an opportunity to share their climate stories and flood hazard concerns, and also discuss how we can continue to build resiliency in preparing vulnerable coastal residents and communities against the worst effects of coastal flooding.
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