New report assesses state’s growing risk from coastal storms
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The devastation of Hurricane Dorian is raising questions about the vulnerability of New Hampshire’s coastal communities as a new study estimates the risks facing the state from climate change.
The report is required by the state every five years. Researchers with the University of New Hampshire said some of the core findings haven’t changed: Sea levels are going to rise and storms will continue to get worse.