Bourne, MA

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Town of Bourne, MA

Phase 1 of this project, completed in Spring 2021, led to the development of a Coastal Resilience Action Strategy, which included a set of key recommendations and prioritized climate resilience projects, actions, and implementation criteria designed to determine the greatest need, impact and opportunity. Phase 2 of this project began in Summer 2021, includes the development of sustainable and scalable financing options that will help lead Bourne towards successful long-term project implementation and community resilience. Both phases are provided through technical assistance from the SNEP Network.

 

Press:

Bourne Enterprise: “Bourne Turns To Feds For Help With Cleanup Of Estuaries”

SNEP Newsletter: Coastal Resilience and Climate Finance in Bourne, Massachusetts

Additional Resources:

• LEARN about the EPA R1 Soak Up the Rain webinar highlighting the SNEP/Bourne project

• VIEW photos from the Bourne Field Visit

• LEARN MORE about the Planning to Action: Climate Toolkit (PACT) and our work in Bourne

Project Updates:

Throwe Environmental’s Work in Bourne Highlighted in SNEP Newsletter

The SNEP Network/Bourne climate resilience and climate finance technical assistance project, led by Throwe Environmental, was featured in the August 2021 SNEP Newsletter. Read more

 

Throwe Env. Featured in EPA Webinar with Bourne, Portsmouth, and SNEP Network

 

Throwe Environmental was featured in the EPA Region 1 “Soak Up the Rain” series. The webinar focused on resilience action strategies and sustainable financing, highlighting the exciting SNEP Network technical assistance project in Bourne, MA. Learn more

 

Throwe Environmental & SNEP Network Complete Phase 1 of Bourne Project

The Climate Resilience Financing Assessment Project Team, led by Throwe Environmental, worked in direct partnership with Bourne leaders to address stormwater impacts within the context of a changing climate. The goal of the project was to provide local leaders with a financing plan of action to address civic and stormwater infrastructure needs into the future.  Read the report