AIR In the News

"Much of the coastline along the East and Gulf coasts of the US is less than 10 feet above mean sea level, leaving these low-lying areas vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise over the longterm, and flooding generated by hurricane storm surges in the short term," said Rob Newbold, a senior vice president at AIR Worldwide.Click here to read the complete article. (Subscription required)



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