Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 21, 2021

East Bay Regional Parks and Climate Change

Protecting Parks and Trails from Climate Change
Since 1966, the Park District has invested more than $85 million in acquisition of shoreline parks and over $184 million toward improvement projects, including projects that respond to the climate crisis and sea level rise risks. Explore the District’s new StoryMap about how climate change is affecting shoreline parks, the benefits of restoration and public access projects, and our ongoing efforts to protect parks and trails from changing climate and sea level rise. More Info.

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