Living Breakwaters project receives government support

Jan 30, 2019

The coastal adaptation project is led by Kees Lokman

A SALA landscape architecture project to help mitigate the loss of coastal lands due to shoreline erosion will receive $131,510 in support from Natural Resources Canada, which has committed more than $1 million to six climate change-related projects in British Columbia.

Led by assistant professor Kees Lokman, “Living Breakwaters: Innovative Adaptation Strategies for Coastal Erosion” will offer policymakers, scientists, planners, engineers and designers new knowledge and tools, including cost-effective ecological infrastructure designs, to improve coastal resilience.

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