Have you noticed higher tides? For several years, Marin County staff have been developing an assessment of what is vulnerable to sea level rise along our bay shoreline. To learn more, Supervisor Kate Sears invites us to a meeting on Tuesday, April 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Mill Valley Community Center.
At the meeting, the County will present a vulnerability report that catalogs impacts of six different sea level rise scenarios across Marin’s entire bay shoreline. The report is a starting point for understanding the risks posed and to help set the stage for developing solutions. Read the report here: www.marincounty.org/main/baywave/vulnerability-assessment and click on “Sausalito.”
As we prepare for rising seas caused by climate change, consider reducing the trips you take by car. Can you walk or bike to work or for any errands once per week? Another easy way to reduce carbon emissions is to ride transit—we are fortunate to have a bus stop on Bridgeway within easy walking distance. You can also choose Marin Clean Energy’s Deep Green plan.
Visit www.MarinSLR.org for information and to RSVP for the event.