Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signs Public Act 21-115, An Act Concerning Climate Change Adaptation, into law, making it easier for towns and cities to actually implement policies and infrastructure projects to adapt to climate change, particularly in areas at risk of rising sea levels and flooding.

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Connecticut Gov Signs Law Making It Easier For Local Areas To Implement Climate Resiliency Projects