Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey has announced a plan to assist the state’s 78 coastal communities from Cape Cod to the North Shore where 2.5 million live with their development of long-term regulatory, policy, and funding solutions to the effects of climate change.

A key component of the plan, which is called ResilientCoasts, is the delineation of Coastal Resilience Districts, geographic regions that share similar landscapes and climate hazards. The hope is that this collaboration will help identify tailored resilience policy and regulatory strategies and assist in leveraging multiple state and federal funding opportunities.

The Bay State has more than 1,500

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