Pilkey’s Call: Save The Beaches

Pilkey’s Call: Save The Beaches

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Pr Orrin H. Pilkey. Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care.

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Beaches move, and with rising sea levels they are moving faster. People try to slow or halt the process by dredging up sand or erecting imposing seawalls, but those are destructive and doomed efforts. To save the beaches, we must let beaches go where and how they want…

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” The Last Beach,” a book by Orrin H. Pilkey And J. Andrew G. Cooper

We Need to Retreat From the Beach, Op Ed by Orrin H. Pilkey.
As ocean waters warm, the Northeast is likely to face more Sandy-like storms. And as sea levels continue to rise, the surges of these future storms will be higher and even more deadly. We can’t stop these powerful storms. But we can reduce the deaths and damage they cause…

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