As state water supplies face challenges, the Sebastopol City Council voted this week to adopt the BayREN Water Upgrades $ave program, making it the first Bay Area city to enroll.
MTC and its partners will create a hazard mitigation plan, a document designed to help communities and agencies with their disaster resiliency efforts.
San Francisco has a plan to gird against of sea level rise brought on by the swirling and undulating Pacific Ocean that ceaselessly beats against the city's western shore. Read More
A new study in the journal PLOS ONE says millions of residents, including in the Bay Area, will be forced away from coastal areas and inland because of sea level rise. Read More
The Bay Area Regional Collaborative — which includes MTC, the Association of Bay Area Governments, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission — today earned recognition by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco with publication of a new paper authored by BARC Executive Director Allison Brooks in the bank's Community Development Innovation Review. Read More
The Great California Shakeout arrives Thursday and gives people a chance to get ahead of Bay Area's next big earthquake.
Climate change. Sea-level rise. Resilience. The terms are ubiquitous in the public realm, planning circles and among policymakers around the Bay Area. The topics are among the most vexing of our time. Read More
Earthquakes are hitting all over the state of late and the Association of Bay Area Governments wants you to prepare. Read More
Sea-level rise could be worse than originally projected, according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.