Report on sea-level rise due today

A state panel that is studying the threat to Delaware from rising sea levels is ready to assess its early progress.
The Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee was established by the state environmental department’s coastal programs division to assist with the development of a sea level rise adaptation plan for Delaware.   The committee is  scheduled to meet this morning.   In addition to reviewing a progress report, the committee was expected to discuss a vulnerability assessment and public workshops that are planned for early November.

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