Nos Importa

Nos Importa.
We Care.

As early as 2030, Maverick and Central Square and assets like MBTA Stations, Piers Park, and waterfront and housing authority properties will experience extreme storm flooding due to climate change. Through the ClimateCARE program, NOAH (Neighborhood of Affordable Housing) is taking action to get East Boston ready.
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What can I do to prepare my family or business for sea level rise?

 

Clean Your Basement

Make a flood plan

Tree Planting

Energy Audits

 

 

Explore East Boston's critical infrastructure and places at risk of flooding by 2030

 

Click on the map below to see how life in East Boston could be impacted by flooding from major storm events as the sea rises. “Highly Critical Assets”, shown by red dots, are places that must remain functional and accessible during a storm or recover immediately after flooding recedes for residents to remain safe. “Moderately Critical Assets,” shown by orange dots, are places that must recover soon after flooding recedes for residents to return to normal life. Click the “visible” tab on the map to see what areas are at risk of flooding today, in 2030, and in 2070. 

 
 

Make your voice heard

 
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I wanted to make sure there was an emergency plan for my community when there’s a storm, so I talked to my councilperson.
 
 
 
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Find out who your congressional representatives are, how to register to vote, view current legislation, and more at: malegislature.gov

 

 

Learn how to participate in the Adaptation Planning Working Group, or ask questions by emailing ClimateCare@noahcdc.org, or by calling 617-418-8244.
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