- More extreme droughts and floods, more powerful rainstorms and forest fires – killing people and wildlife.
- Sea level rise and thermal expansion of the ocean shrinking beaches and marshes.
- The San Francisco Embarcadero, which never used to flood – now floods several times a year during King Tides. Within a decade, it could flood monthly.
- Meghan Macaluso
- September 5, 2018
“David Lewis is a pioneer of our environment…” San Francisco Mayor London Breed “David Lewis has the tenacity, political savvy, and passion that leads to progress…” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo “David Lewis wouldn’t give up until he got every last vote…” Felicia Madsen, Save The Bay Action Fund Board Director These are just a few of the accolades that were shared about David Lewis, who last week celebrated his 20th anniversary as Executive Director of Save The Bay, at Delancey Street Foundation in San Francisco. Hundreds of elected officials, advocates, volunteers, and supporters gathered to toast one of the region’s top environmental advocates. David insisted he and Save The Bay aren’t satisfied with past victories, but inspired to take on new challenges facing the Bay, including existential threats to Bay Area communities from climate change. David noted climate impacts originally predicted for the middle of this century are happening now, all over the globe, and in the Bay: