The NJ Resiliency Network released today the results of a Post-Sandy Municipal Needs Assessment.

Learn more about the latest improvements to NJADAPT, an online mapping and visualization platform designed to help distill data from climate scientists into useful decision-making products for wide...

Coastal flood hazard map packets available online for all municipalities in the CAFRA zone.

In the ongoing battle over how far government can go to build protective beach dunes in New Jersey, a group of oceanfront homeowners in Long Beach Township has sued the town over what it says is an...

5 Ways Cumberland County Bayshore can Ebb Rising Seas

Posted by Spencer Kent, South Jersey Times on Nov 17, 2014

As the Bayshore continues to recover from the devastation left by Superstorm Sandy, it also continues to deal with the gradual effects of rising sea levels.

The List: 10 Steps NJ Should Take to Prepare for Future Severe Storms

Posted by Scott Gurian, NJ Spotlight on Oct 28, 2014

Global climate change is expected to have a significant impact on the Garden State, but municipalities can do much more than take a beating from extreme weather.

Are We Ready for the Next Superstorm Sandy?

Posted by Todd Bates, Asbury Park Press on Oct 27, 2014

New Jersey's vulnerability to powerful storms and coastal flooding is rising and it will take at least 10 years to become more resilient, experts say.

200 Floods-a-Year: Sea Level Rise will Inundate Jersey Shore Communities, New Study Says

Posted by Erin O'Neill, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com on Oct 08, 2014

The high tides fueling minor flooding along parts of the Jersey Shore today will be able to push water further inland and put property at risk in a few decades, according to a new study, as rising sea...

Experts Work to Restore Vital Salt Marshes, provide Storm Protection for N.J.

Posted by Erin O'Neill, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com on Oct 07, 2014

On a road that leads to the Delaware Bay in the southern reaches of New Jersey, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell today stood before a degraded salt marsh, questioning a group of experts about how the...

Environmentalists Criticize Seawall Plan

Posted by Kenny Walter, The Hub on Sep 26, 2014

Environmental groups are seeing more risk than reward in an $8.5 million project that would expand, reconstruct and repair the beachfront seawall to better protect the borough.

Erosion - and What To Do About it - Worries Strathmere Homeowners

Posted by David O'Reilly, Philadelphia Inquirer on Sep 25, 2014

As his wife, Pat, watched anxiously, Jack Monaghan climbed the slatted dune fence that once separated their Strathmere home from a state park, and pointed down at the crashing sea. "There used to be a...

Facing Climate Change, Cities Embrace Resiliency

Posted by Daniel C. Vock, Governing on Sep 03, 2014

Lacking substantial state or federal support, local governments throughout the country are using natural disasters as a way to get their infrastructure, personnel and budgets better prepared for the...

Recovery & Long-Term Planning In The Media

*For full coverage related to Sandy recovery, visit NJ Spotlight.