Sea Level Rise Adaptation in Marin: pilots, possibilities, and pitfalls
Environmental Forum of Marin hosts an expert panel to discuss Bay Area protections for communities and transportation systems in the face of sea level rise. The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority announced a June ballot measure to raise more than $500 million over 20 years to restore thousands of acres of wetlands and tidal marshes in every Bay Area county. Learn how this investment serves as flood protection for our community.
In this video: Kristina Hill, Associate Professor, UC Berkeley Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning and Urban Design
Stuart Siegel, Principal, Siegel Environmental; Coastal Resilience Specialist, San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Roger Leventhal, Senior Engineer, Flood Control Division/ Department of Public Works, County of Marin
Paloma Siegel, Sophomore, Marin School of Environmental Leadership