On June 29, Save The Bay hosted the first in a series of Climate Conversations focused on the challenges and opportunities the Bay Area has as we prepare our cities for sea level rise.
Senator John Laird joined us to discuss Senate Bill 272 and how it would make sea level rise planning more comprehensive in the Bay Area. Later, Cade Cannedy from Climate Resilient Communities stepped in for Violet Wulf-Saena to discuss the importance of equitable planning and community involvement when preparing our communities for climate change.
Climate Conversations will continue this fall. Join us in September for a deep dive into green stormwater infrastructure, or tune in this November for a look at groundwater rise and its associated flood impacts. Details coming soon.
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