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Jefferson Memorial in Washington. Dc overlooks the tidal basin. He manmade body of water surrounded by Cherry trees visitors can stroll along the water's edge gazing up at the stately monument but at high tide people are forced off parts of the path twice a day title based floods and water spills onto the walkway. One problem is that the land is sinking but as the climate warms sea levels are also rising and flooding gets even worse during extreme storms which are growing more common. The whole entire National Mall sits in the hundred year flood plain. It's particularly vulnerable to all the challenges that we face Theresa Durkan is Executive Vice President of the trust for the National Mall to start addressing the problem. The trust is brought together. Five design firms to re imagine the title Basins Future. Perhaps the tidal basin gets smaller babs. Some of the pathways become bridges. Maybe perhaps we'll create some new wetlands. Here she says preserving this national treasure in its current form is no longer an option. His got to be new thinking about how we do things. And how we protect these important