Coastal Conservation Network is organized to conserve coastal ecosystems and improve coastal resiliency through collaboration, technology, outreach, education, and advocacy.

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New posts from Coastal Conservation Network and new coastal conservation videos from our friends and affiliates.

Responding to Risks of Marine Debris: Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris

Responding to Risks of Marine Debris: Japanese...

The Research on Antarctic Glacial Melting

Independent videographer Peter Sinclair’s...

EPA Clean Power Plan Explained

EPA Clean Power Plan...

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announces Clean Power Plan Proposal

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announces Clean...

Open Martin’s Beach: Basis for Surfrider Foundation Coastal Act Lawsuit

Open Martin’s Beach: Basis for Surfrider...

CAP: The Economic Case for Restoring Coastal Ecosystems

By Michael Conathan, Jeffrey Buchanan, and Shiva...

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Coastal Conservation Network is organized to protect our coastal communities and conserve our natural and scenic seashores for clean water, coastal habitat, and safe recreation. We work for sensible strengthening of coastal protections for our communities and for our livelihoods.

 

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Recent Blog Posts

April 10, 2014 |

CAP: The Economic Case for Restoring Coastal Ecosystems

By Michael Conathan, Jeffrey Buchanan, and Shiva Polefka Originally published by Center for American Progress...

October 21, 2013 |

Center for American Progress: Five Assignments for the Task Force on Climate Preparedness

By Daniel J. Weiss | Originally published October 21, 2013 The Fifth Assessment Report of the U.N....

September 25, 2013 |

Gov. Christie Moves Against Dune Construction Holdouts

Gov. Chris Christie’s frustration with beachfront landowners refusing to grant easements for dune...

September 19, 2013 |

Virginia Mayors: Respond to Climate Change

By Bill Kovarik Republished from The Daily Climate under Creative Commons License. “The fact of the matter...

September 18, 2013 |

Sea Level Rise: The Infographic

Via Union of Concerned Scientists....

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