Building Coastal Resilience for Greater US security

Oct 5, 2018 | News & Views, What's New

The publication, Building Coastal Resilience for Greater US Security, is the product of a series of discussions held between June and October of 2017. These discussions centered around pathways to solutions for our climate-related coastal challenges and were hosted jointly by The Hoover Institution, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The dialogues sought to catalyze insights on best practices toward climate resilient action on the ground. Across the conversations, the focus brought together a full range of perspectives, from cutting-edge science to ongoing policy and practice.

Building on the success of these dialogues and this accompanying publication, the three organizations are in the planning phase of another set of dialogues to continue the much-needed work of climate policy-craft and implementation. More information forthcoming.