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Action Team

Our Mission: To encourage members of Congress in coastal districts to cosponsor the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. 

Our Core Belief : Your MoC has more power banding together with other MOCs, than alone. Coastal Impacts Action Team (CI-AT) provides member supplied information and other resources which highlight coastal impacts that are found in many MoC districts. 

So welcome to the Coastal Impacts Action Team  Our purview is all 119 US coastal congressional districts. This is approximately 186+ CCL chapters. Every coastal district in Alaska, Hawaii, West Coast, the Atlantic seaboard and the Gulf Coast.  Share your experiences and resources with other chapters, build a data base of useful tools, learn new techniques for Grasstops outreach -- all here at CI-AT.



More Info

Our Monthly Call is the first Tuesday after the Second Saturday each month at 8 PM EST.   
This links to documents and resources we have developed or found:  Google Drive CI-AT Public Folder link including Coastal States and Coastal Impacts folders
Thomas Wells is the Action Team Leader.  email: 
These documents are being updated to reflect the 117th congress:  SLR-House is a series of workbooks concerning house representatives. The SLR-Summary file explains the CI-AT concept.  

Articles  and websites of interest, click the links below:
Resources Authored by CCL members, Guest Speakers, National Call Presenters, etc

  Sea Level Rise articles and research papers
Resources for Coastal Climate Impacts
These are links to Climate Central, First Street Foundation, and other websites
  • Coastal Risk Screening Tool - Interactive mapping tool allowing users to explore coastal flood risk and sea level rise projections by decadal year or specific water levels.
  • Portfolio Analysis Tool - Quantifies coastal flood risk to real estate holdings, insured properties, critical facilities, commercial sites, infrastructure, etc..
  • WeatherPower - Downloadable graphics on local wind and solar energy production. 
  • Climate Matters - Weekly bulletins with high-quality graphics, analysis and background information.. 
  • RiskFinder - Provides local sea level rise and flood risk analysis, fact sheets and data downloads for zip codes, municipalities, counties, and other areas within the United States. Shows coastal flood risks for over 100 demographic, economic, infrastructure, and environmental variables.  
  • Realtime Climate - (coming soon!)  Personalized emails providing Climate Central content on climate impacts and solutions, when most relevant for individual U.S. locations.  
  • -First Street Foundation excellent tool for flooding through out the USA.  
  • First Street Foundation link to specific addresses.
  • Indian River (FL) Website
  • Healthy Gulf website to protect,restore the Gulf region

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