Environment

New online magazine KneeDeep Times keeps focus on climate resilience

KneeDeep Times
Oyster reef balls in Richmond's Giant Marsh experimental living shoreline in San Francisco Bay. Photo: Jak Wonderly

KneeDeep Times, a digital magazine featuring stories from the frontlines of climate resilience, has launched.

With a geographic focus on the San Francisco Bay Area, the magazine will also explore West Coast, national and global topics relevant to local action.

As the impacts of climate change intensify, the magazine will examine responses from communities of all sizes by connecting with real people and real places.

It will also interpret the meaning and impacts of policies, projects and investments to address climate change.

KneeDeep Times is free and launched in September with funding from the Bay Area Regional Collaborative (BARC).

BARC is a group of four government agencies working together to address issues of regional significance.  Established by the California state legislature, BARC helps MTC align its regional planning efforts in concert with: Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC).