Presentation Title

The Future of Green Shores and Coastal Adaptation

Session Title

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

Conference Track

Social Science Plus

Conference Name

Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (2014 : Seattle, Wash.)

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Presenter/Author Information

John Readshaw, SNC-LavalinFollow

Start Date

2-5-2014 8:30 AM

End Date

2-5-2014 10:00 AM

Abstract

This presentation includes a description of engineering and design research conducted in British Columbia into how sea level rise may affect shoreline property owners. The study, prepared for the Stewardship Centre for BC evaluates the effectiveness and importance of the Green Shores for Homes as an approach to coastal development and a way to prepare for sea level rise.

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Language

English

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May 2nd, 8:30 AM May 2nd, 10:00 AM

The Future of Green Shores and Coastal Adaptation

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This presentation includes a description of engineering and design research conducted in British Columbia into how sea level rise may affect shoreline property owners. The study, prepared for the Stewardship Centre for BC evaluates the effectiveness and importance of the Green Shores for Homes as an approach to coastal development and a way to prepare for sea level rise.