Sea level rise meets its potential match

Click here for the recent article from the San Francisco Chronicle, ‘Sea level rise meets its potential match’.

Resilient by Design GCAS Storefront now open!

Click here for info on the new Resilient by Design Global Climate Action Summit Storefront.

Bay Area Climate News from CRI

BAY AREA CLIMATE NEWS FROM CRI September 2018      THE BIG PICTURE    The Summer of 2018 — Where Do We Even Start? Only part way through the Summer (late July) the Washington Post ran an extraordinary piece scanning the planet — record heat in the Netherlands, fires above the Arctic Circle, hottest temps ever in Africa and Japan, […]

Innovation and Climate Adaptation in the Bay Area

  This panel (as part of the Governor’s Climate Summit), will present efforts by the San Francisco Estuary Institute, the CA Coastal Conservancy and the Exploratorium to address the Climate Adaptation challenge in the Bay Area To reserve seat, RSVP to  or call 415-528-4444, then chose Option 5

Register now for Transformational Resilience

  Applications Now Open for Nov 15-16 Transformational Resilience  Intensive Train-the-Trainer Workshop     The ITRC is offering a Train-the-Trainer Workshop on Transformational Resilience for climate change aggravated traumas and toxic stresses workshop. The workshop will be held November 15-16 in San Francisco. This will be an intensive 2-day training offered in cooperation with the SEI […]

New Funding Program through NFWF

Click here to learn more about the National Fish and Wildlife Fund’s new program.

NEW SCIENCE FOR TOUGH CLIMATE & WATER CHALLENGES – State Symposium on New Science for CA Climate & Water Policy

Dear Water/Climate Leaders: Sorry for the short notice. This two day “Science-Wonkfest” has begun in Sacramento. The link below has the Agenda and easy ability to watch for free via Skype.                                             Warner Chabot […]

ESTUARY News for June

Click here for the June issue of ESTUARY News.

Coastal homes may be flooded out by 2045

Click here to for ‘Coastal homes may be flooded out by 2045.’

Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Area Regional Working Group Meeting in Richmond

Click here for information on the upcoming ART Bay Area Regional Working Group meeting in Richmond.