Can the Bay Area Outsmart Sea Level Rise?

Bay Nature

Earlier this year, a warehouse-turned-winery in Point Richmond was the site of international designers, scientists and policy-makers. They were meeting to participate in Resilient by Design to see  how the Bay Area will adapt to seas that could rise 10 feet higher by the end of this century. Ten winning design teams have until May to devise shovel-ready projects, from blueprint to community support, and a financing plan. 

Read the story at Bay Nature. 

For in-depth reports on the threat of sea level rise, read the Public Press Special Reports, "Building by the Bay" (Summer 2015) and "Wild West on the Waterfront" (Spring 2017).