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The United States is one of the safest places in the world to live. Our crime rate is very low when we control for race. According to the CDC murder at the hands of a young black male is the leading cause of death for young black males. White murder victims tend to be much older, in their late 40s.

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It is NOT a race or poverty issue, it IS a mindset or cultural issue when anyone’s mind is raised on and fed the crap that all there problems are because of someone, that all bad things are because of someone else, that they cannot improve because of someone else. Guess who they are going to target…….. that someone else

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This information and even comments are all wrong and mostly daft.

The is a suggestion that black pigmentation in ones skin has a relation to the propensity to commit crime. This is utter nonsense. The statics and demographics applied here need revision.

I believe the economic conditions that people are in, may have more play to observable behaviour. A better comparison to arrive at black/white crime rates must necessarily hold wealth at constant. Compare whites/blacks from the exact same locale.

My guess rate will be exactly the same since skin colour has no relation to disposition to commit crime.

Thank you.

2nd March 2016 at 4:40 pm
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I think that sadly. Race is a factor.. not because skin tone makes one better or worse. . But genealogy does matter. . Violence runs in the genes. Bad attitudes and criminal practices are handed down through family genes and family teachings. A large percentage of the black people in America descended from criminals that africa didn’t want. That is not the only factor. But its a big factor that everyone seems to overlook. Poverty is an issue.. also the “cool” factor among the black community. . America’s laws are considered “white laws” by the black community. . And if a black man wants to follow those laws, he is labeled an uncle tom by most of his peers and loses most his peer and even his family support. Effectively being black balled for not being a mindless robot that represents the hateful rebellious rap community.

25th March 2016 at 7:05 pm
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Poverty breeds crime, but crime also breeds poverty. Crime drives all the business’s along with the jobs out of the community. Look at those Maryland riots, they robbed and looted so many stores and business’s, then burned them to the ground. Those business’s most likely employ black people. Vandalizing, looting and burning those stores and business’s, is not social justice, it’s crime! Now all those black people that worked there are unemployed. Biting the hand that feeds them! Not only that, on a day to day basis imagine being a store owner and having a gun shoved in your face or being mugged? Why would a store owner want to stay? Chances are that owner is going to pack up and leave! There goes the jobs, not to mention the food, goods and services. Think of every time a gang has a shootout in front of a school yard, who gets killed in the crossfire, a little black kid. When an elderly person gets mugged and beat up, it’s usually an elderly black citizen. The black leaders, clergy and parents have to speak up and speak out! Stay in school, don’t do drugs, don’t rob people, don’t get pregnant, get a job, etc. There are countless people that start out with nothing and try to make something of themselves. People have to take responsibility and stop blaming everybody else and stop acting like the victim!

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Resilient Cape Cod

OVERVIEW

In early 2016, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) awarded a three-year, $780,000 grant to the Cape Cod Commission and partners to develop a tool and public outreach program to investigate the environmental and socio-economic effects of local and regional coastal resiliency strategies.

The grant is funded through the NOAA’s Regional Coastal Resilience Grant program, which supports regional-scale projects that enhance the resilience of coastal communities and economies to the effects of extreme weather, climate hazards, and changing ocean conditions.

Project Components:

Adaptation Strategies Database Public Engagement Socioeconomic Analyses Communication and Decision Support Tool Town of Barnstable Pilot Project

RESILIENT CAPE COD PROJECT

PHASE 1: Data Collection and Adaptation Strategies Database

Collect sufficient data on the impacts of changing climate, SLR, and adaptation strategies to generate a region-wide database.

Year 1: The CCC will acquire and incorporate existing and developing data sets to support our ability to understand and illustrate the impacts of changing climate and SLR on Cape Cod. We will engage local stakeholders in workshops to explain, vet, and adjust these datasets.

Years 1 - 2 : The CCC will compile a database including detailed accounting of the possible adaptation strategies, including regulatory and policy approaches and both hard and soft technological strategies, to improve resiliency within the Cape Cod coastal area. The development of this database will be vetted through stakeholder workshops.

PHASE 2: Public Engagement and Socio-Economic Analysis

Engage in a region-wide public process to improve understanding of coastal vulnerability and gauge the region’s willingness and ability to take action.

Years 1 - 3: The CCC will work with a consultant to conduct a literature review, a benefit transfer study and develop a spatial hedonics models. Through the literature review we will identify existing ecosystem service values appropriate for Cape Cod and potential impacts of adaptation strategies on these values. The benefit transfer study will assess the value of ecosystem services in the absence of Cape Cod-specific values and evaluate the impact of adaptation strategies on the estimated values. The hedonics model will identify how property values in the region are impacted by changes to ecosystem services.

PHASE 3: Development of the Communication and Decision-Support Tool

Develop a Decision-Support Tool to aid discussions around implementation of potential adaptation strategies.

Years 2 - 3: Based on prior successful development of a decision-support tool for comparing nitrogen-management strategies, we propose to develop a GIS-based tool to translate technical data into understandable and actionable language, estimate loss of individual and government assets, communicate adaptation strategies and the costs/benefits of those strategies, communicate the need for action, and engage the public in selecting and implementing site-specific strategies.

Year 3 : The power of the CCC’s nitrogen management tool is in communicating the cost and effectiveness of technology solutions within Cape Cod’s coastal watersheds and impaired water bodies. The CCC envisions this proposed coastal resiliency tool to have a similarly powerful effect in illustrating the threats of changing climate and SLR, overlaid with the options for adaptation, and comparing the costs and benefits of those options at local and regional scales. We will utilize focus groups of local resource managers, policy makers, and other stakeholders to refine the tool’s content and presentation.

PHASE 4: Town of Barnstable Pilot project

Pilot the planning approach and use of the Decision-Support Tool in the Town of Barnstable.

Year 3 : The objectives of the pilot project are to advance the Town of Barnstable’s resiliency planning efforts, to improve property owner understanding of the threats of climate change and SLR, to identify and highlight the cost of doing nothing, and determine the costs and benefits of different adaptation strategies.

STAKEHOLDERS

Stakeholder Representation

The Stakeholder Working Groups are each designed to represent the range of constituencies, and their interests and concerns, with regards to their respective waterbody. Representatives are volunteers within stakeholder groups residing or working within the applicable subregional areas who are able to represent the constituent groups and interests within their area.

Stakeholder Regions

The subregions are organized by water body. Stakeholders should participate in the subregion most closely connected to their place of residence or work. Towns are encouraged to participate in all subregions that may apply.

COMMITTEES

Advisory Board

Mission: To support the regional resiliency planning process by providing advice on the overall approach, offering insight on key decisions, and reviewing draft work product.

Members:

Science Committee

Mission: To provide advice and recommendations for interpreting science and data regarding historic climate and weather hazards, and coastal geologic processes, and assist in providing access to data, as appropriate.

Members:

Adaptation Strategies Committee

Mission: To review and comment on the structure and content of the adaptation strategies database, suggest strategies to include, and provide advice on considerations for applying strategies across the region.

Members:

Regulatory, Legal and Institutional Committee

Mission: To consider the need for regulatory reform and increased coordination between local, regional, state and federal agencies to ensure implementation of appropriate strategies across the region.

Members:

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