Why Georgia's 50-Year-Old Salt Marsh Law Matters For The Future
Fifty years ago, Georgians pressured their state government into passing a progressive law that protects its salt marshes.
Now those same marshes — and that law — serve as a buffer against the sea level rise and extreme weather caused by climate change.
Molly Samuel of member station WABE reports.
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