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BY 2030 BY 2050 20” 10” Sea Level Rise:

The Water at Bay: An Interactive Documentary
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The Bay is the Heart of our Region (Keep Scrolling)

The Bay is the Heart of our Region (Keep Scrolling)

The bay is the heart of our region, our economy, and our way of life

The Bay is the Heart of our Economy (Keep Scrolling)

The Bay is the Heart of our Way of Life (Keep Scrolling)

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But rising waters and deteriorating shorelines put our region at RISK

But rising waters and deteriorating shorelines put our region at RISK

But rising waters and deteriorating shorelines put our region at RISK

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Infrastructure The Hidden Threat

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Infrastructure The Hidden Threat

John Bourgeois South Bay Salt Pond
Restoration Project

Jeremy Lowe San Francisco
Estuary Institute

Sean RandolphBay Area Council
Economic Institute

$10.4 billion = Structural Damages: $5.9 billion Damages to Contents: $4.1 billion Electricity Interruptions: $125 million Air Transportation Delays: $86 million Road Transportation Delays: $78 million

$10 Billion in Damages

Wetlands: The Solution Sustainable
Infrastructure

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Wetlands Sustainable
Infrastructure

John Bourgeois South Bay Salt Pond
Restoration Project

Amy HutzelCalifornia State
Coastal Conservancy

Allison Chan Save the Bay

Bay Area Pollutants:

mercury
petroleum
nitrates
ammonia
pcbs

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Low Lying Communities the Human Cost

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Low Lying Communities the Human Cost

Amy HutzelCalifornia State
Coastal Conservancy

John BourgeoisSouth Bay Salt Pond
Restoration Project

Kyle LaineFourth Generation Fisherman

Sean RandolphBay Area Council
Economic Institute

Silicon Valley Under Water,
Under Prepared

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Silicon Valley Under Water,
Under Prepared

John Bourgeois South Bay Salt Pond
Restoration Project

Sean RandolphBay Area Council
Economic Institute

Gary Kremen Santa Clara Valley
Water District

Best Performing US Cities

  1. San Francisco / San Mateo / Redwood City (CA)
  2. Austin / Round Rock / San Marcos (TX)
  3. Provo / Orem (UT)
  4. San Jose / Sunnyvale / Santa Clara (CA)
  5. Raleigh / Cary (NC)
  6. Salt Lake City (UT)
  7. Houston / Sugar Land / Baytown (TX)
  8. Fort Worth / Arlington (TX)
  9. Dallas / Plano / Irving (TX)
  10. San Antonio / New Braunfels (TX)
  11. Seattle / Bellevue / Everett (WA)
  12. Denver / Aurora / Broomfield (CO)
  13. Boulder (CO)
  14. Greeley (CO)
  15. Nashville / Davidson / Murfreesboro
  16. Franklin (TN)
  17. Portland / Vancouver / Hillsboro (OR/WA)
  18. Fort Collins / Loveland (CO)
  19. Laredo (TX)
  20. Lafayette (LA)
  21. Lubbock (TX)
  22. Baton Rouge (LA)
  23. San Diego / Carlsbad / San Marcos (CA)
  24. Charlotte / Gastonia / Rock Hill (NC/SC)

Largest World Economies

  1. bay area ($535 billion gdp, 2010)
  2. switzerland ($524 billion gdp, 2010)
  3. poland ($469 billion gdp, 2010)
  4. belgium ($467 billion gdp, 2010)
  5. sweden ($459 billion gdp, 2010)
  6. saudi arabia ($435 billion gdp, 2010)
  7. Taiwan ($430 billion gdp, 2010)
  8. Norway ($413 billion gdp, 2010)
  9. Venezuela ($395 billion gdp, 2010)
  10. Iran ($386 billion gdp, 2010)
  11. Austria ($377 billion gdp, 2010)
  12. Argentina ($370 billion gdp, 2010)
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