The first fall event for the Coastal Virginia Adaptation & Resilience Consortium is The Projected Economic Impacts of Future Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding in Coastal Virginia. During the event on sea level rise (SLR), Dr. Robert McNab presents a recent study examining the future economic impacts of sea level rise and recurrent flooding in Coastal Virginia. Dr. McNab received his Bachelor of Arts from California State University, Stanislaus in 1991, and his Ph.D. in Economics in 2001 from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. The event is both virtual and in-person at Old Dominion University, Darden College of Education & Professional Studies.

About the Coastal Resilience and Adaptation Economy Consortium: “The launching of a Coastal Resilience and Adaptation Economy initiative targets entrepreneurial and business accelerator activities in an emerging economy, meeting an expanding global market for rural, suburban, and urban solutions to increased flooding, erosion, coastal hazards, and sea level rise. The project lays the foundation of a resilience innovation ecosystem that produces new, long-term, high-paying jobs and businesses in support of many coastal sectors ranging from housing and waterfront buildings to infrastructure and blue-green environmental assets.”

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