215: Soft Edges

In a continuation of last week's episode, "Hard Edges," host Peter Neill argues that the hard edge has failed us, evidenced by storms that overwhelm barriers and destroy coastal structures. In this episode he will give examples of some of the slowly emerging examples of soft edge engineering and will ask, "How can we turn the new circumstances brought on by sea level rise to our advantage?"
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Image: Red Mangroves, Benner Bay Mangrove Lagoon Marine Sanctuary, St. Thomas, USVI.
Image Credit: Katie Fuller 2009 | Marine Photobank