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What's next for large cities in coastal regions? It's a complicated question and one that has consumed the energies and passions of great minds over the past few years. The Urban Land Institute (ULI) has been intently interested in the subject and this report from May 2013 takes a close look at what might be next. The ULI began its work by convening a forum in January 2013, bringing together market stakeholders "to explore the implications of new environmental risks in coastal regions on real estate practices and markets." The report is 37 pages long and contains the sections "Informing Markets with Dynamic Information," "Aligning Stakeholders," and "The Rise of Modeling and Future Risk Scenarios." There are also a number of Forum Panel Summaries, which digest information from the panel into brief synopses. It's a timely work and one that should be shared with people interested in the future of coastal areas.
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Date of Scout Publication 2013-06-21
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2013/0621

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