Report: Even Simple Protections Against Rising Seas Could Carry Big Cost in Virginia

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  Many roads in the Northern Neck were damaged like this one in Westmoreland County after Hurricane Michael last October.
(Credit Izaak Hagy)

An organization seeking to hold big oil accountable for global warming estimates it will cost more than $31 billion for Virginia to protect coastal communities from sea-level rise.

 

Pamela D’Angelo reports.

 

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