See The Climate Gap and How to Close It, by USC University of Southern California.

Consider that two of the lowest income areas of Marin County – the Canal Neighborhood of San Rafael and Marin City – are essentially at sea level. Please contact us if you know of any assessments documenting current or anticipated future impact of sea level rise on these communities. Also, how other factors related to climate change are anticipated to impact low-income locals.

Some unknown, but very low percentage of our food is produced locally. We have yet to see a report about the anticipated impacts of climate change on food availability in Marin County. Please contact us if you know of any such report.