Sea Level Rise Impacts to Bay Area Development

San Francisco
6:00 p.m. | Thursday, February 6, 2014

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Chaval Brasil

Sea level rise threatens more than 281 square miles of Bay Area shoreline. By 2100, more than 270,000 residents, 333 square miles of land and $62 billion of property will be at risk of inundation. Join SPUR and the Urban Land Institute for a panel discussion on what is being done to assess potential impacts and develop tools to create more resilient communities.

Co-presented by ULI San Francisco

+ Laura Tam / SPUR
Joe LaClair / BCDC
Jack Sylvan / Forest City
Cory Higgins / Legacy Risk and Insurance
+ John Rozum / NOAA

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