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After sustaining $2.5 million in damage to city parks and beaches following Hurricane Sandy, Stamford, Connecticut officials are looking at ways to make shoreline recreation areas more resilient, particularly with the increased threat of rising sea levels linked to climate change, according to an article on SFGate.com.

Under a plan currently being reviewed by parks and recreation officials, city beaches would take on a more natural look with partially artificial sand dunes to provide a barrier against surging waters.

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