By Victoria Dolan
A new climate resiliency plan from the Boston Wharf District Council offers the seaport a chance to protect against flooding caused by rising sea levels – if they can find funding before time runs out.
The Wharf District Council was created to address planning and development issues by unifying neighborhood stakeholders, and covers the wharfs and surrounding land. This area, spanning from Quincy Market and Boston Harbor to Congress Street, is at a particular risk from the impacts of climate change, as rising sea levels worsen flooding.
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