A 2018 state report on sea-level rise estimates that waters will rise 1.1 to 2.7 feet by 2050 and between 2.4 and 10.2 feet by 2100. The range depends on factors such as how sharply greenhouse gas emissions are curbed over the next several decades.
Water levels also fluctuate based on weather, storms and king tides, unusually high tides that periodically crest.
With the right planning, project designs and innovative construction, new developments can not only survive the effects of climate change, but in some cases, can help protect the region from flooding and erosion. Read more @bethanywpatten
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