As coastal cities prepare for a world with rising seas and stronger storms, communities and homeowners have different options — seawalls, raised structures, retreating from the shoreline. Some scientists in New Hampshire are pitching a more natural approach. All it takes is a little grass and some time.
This segment aired on December 12, 2017.
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