resilience

Environment

San Francisquito Creek Protection Project Celebrated

James Muller and Natasha Dunn with the San Francisco Estuary Partnership check out work on San Francisquito Creek
Mark Prado
Natasha Dunn and James Muller with the San Francisco Estuary Partnership check out work on San Francisquito Creek Friday morning.

Recently completed work on San Francisquito Creek in East Palo Alto that will gird against sea level rise, help endangered species and prevent flooding was celebrated Friday morning by the San Francisquito Creek JPA. Read More

ABAG

ABAG Has Earthquake Guide For You

Earthquake Guide released.
Damage from the Loma Prieta earthquake

An online tool from the Association of Bay Area Governments is now available to help residents identify potential earthquake-related damage to their homes and provides information on how to gird against the next big temblor. Read More

Resiliency

Special Issue of “Estuary News” Explores the Resilient By Design Bay Area Challenge

Resilient By Design Bay Area Challenge

The latest special issue of ESTUARY News magazine is now available and takes a deep dive into the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge, which in May 2017 selected nine high-powered teams from across the globe to come up with innovative design ideas that address sea level rise and resilience to climate change around the region.

Last month, after a year-long process, Resilient by Design shared the final design concepts developed by local residents, community organizations, public officials and local, national, and international experts. These concepts were “meant to inspire, catalyze action, and push us along the path to a more resilient future.

The June 2018 Issue of ESTUARY News explores each of the individual Bay Area Challenge design concepts in more detail and puts the whole Challenge in wider context, including where we might go from here. Keep reading to find out more! Read More