Monday, February 8, 2016
The Climate Science Alliance - South Coast, San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative, and Tijuana River National Estuarine Reserve secured an extremely competitive NOAA Coastal Resilience grant for $689,500. The project is one of only six grants awarded out of a pool of 150 national proposals, and is the first West Coast project to receive funding from this landmark federal program addressing coastal climate hazards.
This award reflects the strong partnerships in San Diego around climate and planning for changing and adaptable ecosystems in Southern California. The grant will advance the good work of the community and California LCC's key partner, the Climate Science Alliance - South Coast.
Click here to learn more about this award and the other NOAA Coastal Resilience Grants awarded.