January 26, 2017

Coastal Resilience – An App to Help Wade Through High Water

Coastal Resilience, a long term project designed by the Nature Conservancy, has created an internet tool that can help Virginians track the progress of sea level rise […]
January 26, 2017

Virginia’s Leadership in Flood Resilience

In December of last year, Emily Steinhilber, one of CCRFR’s partners from Old Dominion University, published an article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch describing the role CCRFR […]
January 17, 2017

Flood Resiliency in Hampton Roads and the Cost of Doing Nothing

William & Mary’s Virginia Coastal Policy Center, along with other stakeholders across the state, recently published a study that describes the economic costs of sea level […]
June 1, 2016

Researchers to Study Flooding in Hampton Roads

On July 1, the Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency officially began its work. The collaboration between Old Dominion University, the Virginia Institute of Marine Science and […]
May 23, 2016

Economic Impacts of Sea Level Rise in Hampton Roads

Recently, more than 50 local, state, federal, university and philanthropic partners gathered at ODU’s Virginia Analysis, Modeling and Simulation Analysis Center to discuss the economic impacts […]
April 25, 2016

Governor Signs Bill Establishing Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency

On Friday, April 22, Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a bill during an Earth Day ceremony officially creating the Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency, a joint […]
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