October 20, 2021
Effects of oil spill and oil subsidies highlight Congressional audience in Irvine – Orange County Register
October 19, 2021
As climate-accentuated storms continue to hit the Gulf and Atlantic coasts, causing historic and all too often fatal flooding, it is imperative that the Bay Area take note and begin planning for the dangers that the climate change will bring California’s coastal communities. The Bay Area is unlikely to face epic hurricanes like Ida or Sandy, but we will face storms that will push huge amounts of seawater ashore. This will produce dangerous flooding throughout the bay which will only be exacerbated in the coming years by rising sea levels.
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