Resilient Coastlines Project

of Greater San Diego

About

The Resilient Coastlines Project of Greater San Diego represents a regional and multi-faceted approach to building coastal resilience. The project is designed to connect several local sea-level rise initiatives undertaken by different local jurisdictions and pull them together into a regional strategy, fill existing knowledge gaps that were barriers to resilience planning and implementation, and further engage scientific experts and community members in building coastal resilience for the San Diego region.

The project was launched with support from a 2015 NOAA Regional Coastal Resilience Grant designed to directly support community-based coastal hazard planning.

Resources

Magazine: Resilient Coastlines Project of Greater San Diego
Magazine: Resilient Coastlines Project of Greater San Diego

Sponsors and Partners

San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative
Climate Science Alliance
Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
NOAA Office of Coastal Management
California State Coastal Conservancy

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