The U.S. is a coastal country, with 94,000 miles of it and more than $1 trillion in coastal infrastructure. But according to the National Climate Assessment’s Coasts chapter, these areas are getting more vulnerable to sea level rise, erosion, flooding, and other climate-related hazards. Watch the video below to learn more:

National Climate Assessment: Coasts chapter from The Story Group on Vimeo.

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