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Hazards and Resilience

Overview

Coastal areas are especially vulnerable to storm surge, flooding and sea level rise, putting coastal infrastructure, property and habitats at risk during storms. With more climate variability associated with climate change, the risk to coastal areas is increasing. Through its partnerships, the Coastal Program is working to engage local decision-makers in adaptation planning to minimize damage and increase preparedness for these natural hazards.

The Coastal Program occasionally releases competitive funding opportunities to help coastal communities prepare for coastal hazards and enhance resilience. Requests for proposals will be posted on this webpage and on the Coastal Program homepage. No funding opportunities are currently available.

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  • Kirsten Howard, Coastal Resilience Coordinator
    New Hampshire Coastal Program
    NH Department of Environmental Services
    Pease Tradeport
    222 International Drive, Suite 175
    Portsmouth, NH 03801
    (603) 559-0020
    kirsten.howard@des.nh.gov

Nathalie M. Morison, Coastal Resilience Specialist
New Hampshire Coastal Program
NH Department of Environmental Services
Pease Tradeport
222 International Drive, Suite 175
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 559-0029
nathalie.morison@des.nh.gov

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