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Coastal Resilience Law Conferences

Connecticut Sea Grant

Connecticut Sea Grant partnered with the University of Connecticut Law School and the National Sea Grant Law Center to hold two conferences on resilience at the UConn Law school (Legal Solutions to Coastal Climate Change Adaptation in Connecticut, February 2012; Climate Resilience – A New Way Forward, April 2014). These conferences helped establish a relationship with the Shoreline Preservation Task Force formed by the Connecticut General Assembly and for the first time, brought together state and municipal managers and planners, state legislators, academics and the interested public to discuss climate adaptation policy in coastal Connecticut. A special issue of the Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal was published from the 2012 conference:

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