The Bold Italic had an interesting article on the recent tsunami and sea level rise in the Bay Area.
The U.S. Department of Transportation released its climate adaptation and resilience plan focused on ensuring that federally-supported transportation infrastructure— as well as USDOT programs, policies, and operations — consider climate change impacts and incorporate adaptation and resilience solutions whenever possible.
KneeDeep Times, a digital magazine featuring stories from the frontlines of climate resilience, has launched.
MTC and its partners have developed a draft Hazard Mitigation Plan and now seek public comment on the document. Public comment will be taken until March 19. Feedback can be sent to Stephen Terrin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) has issued an analysis of the myriad impacts rising sea level will have on Bay Area communities, illuminating where the region is most vulnerable and detailing recommendations for future planning.
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.
Earthquakes are hitting all over the state of late and the Association of Bay Area Governments wants you to prepare.
The Protect and Restore America’s Estuaries Act, a bipartisan bill which would reauthorize the National Estuary Program (NEP), was introduced last week by U.S. Representative Tom Malinowski (D-NJ).
MTC and its partners received a 2019 Environmental Excellence Award from the Federal Highway Administration for work on their State Route 37 Resilient Corridor Program.
The Sierra Club magazine has an interesting story on the effort to restore South Bay salt ponds back into tidal marshes.