Month: November 2018

Adaptation by Another Name

In the weeks following the conference, I spoke with many of Equity + Tribal Advisory committee members, asking them to reflect on the committee process, the committee’s impact on the conference program and attendance, and what changes can be made in future iterations of the Forum. Most had a positive experience.

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San Francisco Estuary, Bay Area

If you stand in the wet mud on the bayshore and imagine the water over your head, no matter what size you are you get a sense of the changes about to engulf the San Francisco Estuary. The bay is getting bigger. The more we drive, burn, consume, live like there’s no tomorrow, the more the ice melts and the ocean rises.

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Wildcat Creek, Richmond

Wildcat Creek’s proximity to San Pablo Creek as it flows through Richmond and San Pablo has been an historical flood problem for these low-income, high population density cities. As such, it has run the gamut of flood control methods, starting in the latter 20th century as the US Army Corps of Engineers attempted to fully enclose, or “straightjacket” the downtown run in a concrete culvert.

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