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    Friday, May 24, 2024
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    Friday, May 24, 2024
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    During this year-long investigation, we will provide fact-based journalism on climate change, coastal resilience, environmental justice and efforts to transition to new, renewable and affordable energy sources.

    Connecticut flood insurance rates are the highest in the U.S.

    Flood zones have expanded in Connecticut, impacting homeowners living near major rivers like the Connecticut River and the Thames River.
    The Groton-New London Airport, surrounded by water, is more prone to floods than any surrounding area.
    A panel convened on Earth Day at Mystic Aquarium’s Milne Center for Ocean Science and Conservation to discuss environmental justice and community resiliency.
    The drama of a struggling species shows in the extensive high marshes of Barn Island Wildlife Management Area in Stonington.
    Local preservation groups and fishermen support the passing of proposed action that would quell excessive trawling in Long Island Sound they say has caused the decline the region’s river herring populations.

    ABOUT THIS SERIES

    We’re launching two community funded projects, called Imminent Horizons and the News Desert Fund, so that we can continue to produce in-depth stories and cover southeastern Connecticut the way the community deserves.

    OPINION

    This coast is our coast

    Oak Grove Beach on Niantic Bay has a certain cluster of rocks that drowns twice a day, emerging a few hours later with sandy shoulders. The clump used to sport a low-tide...