Resilient Shore News – All Hands on Deck

AY 2020

New Year, New Goals

All Hands on Deck

Resilient Shore is recruiting!


We’re calling on all thought leaders, community activists, donors, citizen scientists, engineers, designers, and native Spanish speakers.


We need you.

The One-Two-Three Punch of Coronavirus, Climate Crisis and Denial


Just as climate change impacts everyone, but not everyone equally, as the coronavirus pandemic spreads, scientists are mapping a disturbingly predictable trend: marginalized communities are suffering at much higher rates than privileged communities.


Join us virtually!


Resilient Shore is continuing our series of informal discussions every third Tuesday to share perspectives, discuss scientific studies, and learn about proactive measures addressing sea level rise.


The MeetUps are held via online webinar, are lively and informative, and are attended by terrific people!!


Webinar recording available

On April 28th, Dana Brechwald, the Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Program Manager at the Bay Conservation and Development Commission presented critical, eye-opening findings from the just released ART Sea Level Rise Vulnerability and Adaptation Study.


Her presentation emphasized data analyses and map projects for the San Rafael Operational Landscape Unit (OLU). This OLU encompasses San Rafael Creek and adjacent smaller watersheds between Point San Pedro and Point San Quentin. This area is a Regional “Hot Spot” containing critical regional infrastructure assets and the Canal Neighborhood, Marin’s largest and densest disadvantaged community.y

sales tax base.

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