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Climate Change Adaptation

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Decision-makers in Southern California's coastal cities and counties generally recognize that climate change will impact their communities and coastline. Sea level rise threatens coastal infrastructure and wetlands; increased storminess could lead to damaging floods and mudslides. California's coastal communities are at different stages in developing and/or implementing climate change adaptation plans. At USC Sea Grant, we are working with local communities to help them wherever they are in the process of climate change adaptation planning.


Recent Outreach Projects
Educational Tools
Funding Opportunities
Click here to learn about funding opportunities through USC Sea Grant
For more information
Alyssa Newton Mann
agnewton@usc.edu
213.740.8602
National Focus Area
Healthy Coastal Ecosystems
Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply