CCKA in the News: OC Register

January 14th, 2020

“Our communities are behind in developing and enacting adaptation plans that correspond with current sea level rise projections,” said Sean Bothwell, executive director of the California Coastkeeper Alliance. “Sea level projections have increased at an alarming rate — due to increased ocean temperatures and faster rates of Antarctic seal melt — leaving California’s communities, roads and other infrastructure vulnerable to severe flooding and other risks without immediate action.” Read more on the OC Register…

Categories: Climate Change, Happening Now, King Tides, News Story, Sea Level Rise