'As sea-levels rise and weather-related threats continue to increase, opportunities emerge for people and local governments to build “living shorelines.” These natural or nature-based structures are designed to reduce risk to communities and infrastructure from flooding and storm surge, while often providing the ecosystem benefits of habitat.' Nature: A Better, Faster, Cost-Effective Answer for Climate Resilience?
'Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett called a program that helps provide teenagers with summer jobs a success. Now in its second year, Hogsett said the program Project Indy employed about 2,000 teens. The kids worked on projects like painting, resurfacing parking lots and mulching and landscaping at 15 different parks.' Mayor Hogsett calls Project Indy program a success: