San Diego Coastal Adaptation Strategies Mentioned in Sacramento Bee Report on California’s Plans for

California is already feeling multiple effects of climate change including record-high temperatures, devastating flooding, ocean acidification and sea level rise. On November 2nd, 2017 the Sacramento Bee published a report on how the state and counties are planning for these various changes, including San Diego.

Climate Science Alliance partner Laura Engeman, Director of the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative, was featured in the report section on how San Diego is adapting for current changes and planning for future ones.

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