San Diego Coast Park Units the First to Benefit from Vulnerability Assessments SACRAMENTO, Calif.— California State Parks today released a Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategy (Strategy) to guide its approach to coastal management in an era of sea level rise and extreme weather events amid climate change. Coastal parks in the San Diego region will be the first to benefit from the Strategy, funded by an Ocean Protection Council Proposition 68 grant. In addition to serving as the basis for future site-specific planning, these holistic assessments will provide a sea level rise vulnerability assessment template that can be used at all coastal districts in the State Park System. “Like many places
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