Safeguarding California – The States Plan for Reducing Climate Risk

The State released the final Safeguarding California Plan for Reducing Climate Risk. The plan updates the 2009 California Climate Adaptation Strategy, highlights climate risks in nine sectors in California that touch every part of modern life for people and nature: 1) Agriculture, 2) Biodiversity and Habitat, 3) Emergency Management, 4) Energy, 5) Forestry, 6) Ocean and Coastal Ecosystems and Resources, 7) Public Health, 8) Transportation, and 9) Water. The Plan also discusses progress to date and makes realistic sector-specific recommendations. These nine areas Please visit the final report.