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OFTEN REFERRED TO AS “GROUND ZERO” FOR SEA LEVEL RISE, SAN MATEO COUNTY IS ONE OF THE MOST VULNERABLE REGIONS OF THE BAY AREA. With funding from the Coastal Conservancy, the County of San Mateo is currently working with a broad coalition of governments across jurisdictional boundaries to spearhead an effort to address this challenge and create proactive solutions for our communities.

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Climate change will continue to impact future generations to come. Getting our youth involved in sea level rise initiatives will help build a stronger and better tomorrow. Special kudos to these kids for biking to this event and learning about our changing coastlines. They are standing next to the water level pole depicting 1 ft, 2 ft, and 5.5 ft by 2030, 2050, and 2100, respectively. ... See MoreSee Less

June 6th, 9:27 am  ·  

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Thank you to all the community members, families, and dogs that showed up to the Shrinking Shores Event. Raising awareness about sea level rise and coastal bluff erosion at Poplar Beach is an important step for building community resilience. The sea level rise signs depicts the changing coastline by 2030, 2050, and 2100. ... See MoreSee Less

June 6th, 9:07 am  ·  

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San Mateo County Office of Sustainability is at the 3rd National Adaptation Forum this week. We are excited to connect and learn from Adaptation professionals from around the Country! ... See MoreSee Less

May 9th, 9:00 am  ·  

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'You've asked and we listened! If you've not had enough time to review and comment on the Draft Vulnerability Assessment, we have good news. The comment submission deadline has been extended to May 15th. Your feedback is extremely important to us and we look forward to hearing from you. Happy reading!'

The Draft is available here: seachangesmc.com/current-efforts/vulnerability-assessment/
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May 4th, 9:59 am  ·  

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