The Water at Bay: An Interactive Documentary is a groundbreaking new way to explore and understand flood risk and climate change in the Bay Area.
A 21st Century solution to redesign flood control channels and help Bay wetlands adapt to sea-level rise.
A Tiburon-based researcher is leading a tidal marsh restoration project along the Blackie’s Pasture shoreline that could provide protection from sea-level rise and help wildlife.
Every year, millions of pounds of toxic pollutants flow untreated into SF Bay, where they can remain for decades.
The Bay Area faces a common threat along its shores, but must meet it with an array of ambitious and creative responses.
DredgeFest California was a week-long event about the human manipulation of sediments in California’s Bay-Delta.
The heavy storms that washed away California’s drought this season have come with a side effect: large slugs of pollution and sewage washing into San Francisco Bay and the Delta.
Evidence of the planet’s "Sixth Mass Extinction" is appearing in SF Bay and its estuary, according to a major new study.
We have an opportunity to maintain the benefits the baylands provide—but it requires bold action now.
While they’re not inherently related to climate change, king tides provide a peek into a world with higher sea levels.
The Bay is the heart of our region, but rising waters and deteriorating shorelines put our region at risk.
Thousands of acres of land around SF Bay will be restored to wetlands after voters approved Measure AA.
Did you see our billboards on your commute? It's true: rising waters and climate change could knock out important roads and services.
At least 10 major tech campuses including Oracle, Yahoo, Facebook, Google, Intel, and Cisco lie in flood-prone areas.
SF Bay is more contaminated than the Great Lakes, Chesapeake Bay and other major U.S. bodies of water.
Over the coming decades, California’s Bay-Delta system will feel impacts of global climate change with shifts in biological communities, rising sea level, and modified water supplies, according to a new study by the USGS and academic partners.
California's San Francisco Bay-Delta-River System will face drastic consequences in a century of climate change.