West Virginia Floods Symposium Aims to Boost State Resilience Efforts

West Virginia Floods Symposium Aims to Boost State Resilience Efforts

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West Virginia’s communities are enduring increasingly severe and frequent weather events, including recent floods in Kanawha and Fayette counties that damaged more than 100 homes and businesses. A two-day symposium held by West Virginia's State Resiliency Office, national organization SBP, and The Pew Charitable Trusts brought together federal, state, and local experts to discuss what's needed to update the state's 18-year-old flood resilience plan and mitigate the impacts of future climate-related disasters.

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