San Mateo County’s “Shore to Shore 2020”

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San Mateo County’s “Shore to Shore 2020”

CHARG is pleased to invite you to a relevant event for those interested in sea level rise resilience. CHARG will be presenting on the panel, “Building Our Resilient Future” at Shore to Shore 2020: Envisioning Our Resilient Water Future.

The free event will be hosted by San Mateo County on Tuesday, March 31st 2020 from 8:00AM – 12:30PM at the College of San Mateo.

 

 

Event Details

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | 8:00AM – 12:30PM
College of San Mateo, College Center, Building 10, Bayview Room
(8:00AM – 8:30AM Breakfast & Networking)

A hot breakfast, fruit, coffee, and tea will be provided.

 

Event Description
Addressing the impacts of climate change is a top priority in San Mateo County, where our challenges are uniquely shore to shore, with coastal erosion on the ocean side, rising waters on the bayside, and intensifying storms in between. San Mateo County leads the way in developing collaborative responses to sea level rise, stormwater management and other climate-related risks.
“Shore to Shore: Envisioning Our Resilient Water Future” will identify opportunities and challenges our communities face with respect to flood resiliency, sea level rise, stormwater management, and other water related issues.

San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine will kick off the morning by highlighting water activities in San Mateo County followed by presentations that look back on our successes and envision our resilient water future. There will also be special demonstrations by youth leaders and from successful resiliency projects. (Agenda forthcoming.)

This free event is open to all and is co-sponsored by San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine, County of San Mateo Office of Sustainability and the City/County Association of Governments (C/CAG) of San Mateo County.

Directions
Signs will be posted to help you navigate to the event. Parking is complimentary; instructions will be provided to registered attendees. Attendees are encouraged to carpool or take public transit. SamTrans connects with Caltrain and has a route that stops at the College of San Mateo Campus. See the route here: http://www.samtrans.com/schedulesandmaps/timetables/250.html
To register, click the orange “Register Now” button above or visit shoretoshore2020.eventbrite.com.  Any questions? Contact Linda Wolin in the Office of Supervisor Dave Pine at lwolin@smcgov.org or (650)363-4571.

 

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