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Living with the Rising Tide: Burnham Hall, Lincoln, VT

Fri, 2014-04-18 07:09 -- Crystal Aiken

Recently, I had an opportunity to share a few case studies from our forthcoming report, a follow-up to Preparing for the Rising Tide. I thought my presentation covered a variety of building types and uses; but once I finished presenting and asked for questions, I was disconcerted by the one first one posed. What’s an example of the living with water concept applied to a historic building or structure? At the time, I could not think of a single example--but I promised to find one.

The Future of Water Transportation in Boston Harbor

Thu, 2014-04-17 14:29 -- Vivien Li
Site of water transit dock at Lewis Wharf

The Boston Harbor Association and the Boston Harbor Island Alliance are working together to develop an advocacy document to further promote water transportation for residents, workers, and visitors to the Boston Harbor Islands.  As part of the outreach effort, TBHA and Island Alliance staff and consultant organized a well-attended session earlier this week with TBHA's Harbor Use Committee and agency representatives to discuss the current state of water transportation and efforts needed to create a more robust water transportation system in Boston Harbor.

Emerging Professionals Event on Casino Proposals, April 22, 5:30 pm at BSA

Thu, 2014-04-17 10:45 -- Kurt Salaman

Join TBHA's Emerging Professionals Committee for an exciting professional development series featuring leaders and topics shaping Boston's waterfront.  

The event is free with a donation of any amount and includes refreshments. On April 22, 2014, we are hosting a special presentation and discussion of both the Everett and Revere casino proposals. 

Living with the Rising Tide: Duval Beach Club, Key West, FL

Fri, 2014-04-04 03:11 -- Crystal Aiken

Duval Beach Club

Key West, Florida

In the first of the Men in Black trilogy movies, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones’ characters are shocked to learn that an entire galaxy existed inside a tiny charm on a cat’s collar. Their alien guide in the form of a pug explains it simply--just because something is very important, doesn’t mean that it isn’t very small. The same is true of sea level rise adaptation. 


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