With the design phase completed, a recent workshop shows that finding funding for Resilient by Design projects is the initiative’s highest priortity.
Thanks to the hard work of the Proposition (Prop.) 68 campaign, Californians made history this past Election Day—June 5—as they voted overwhelmingly to support Prop. 68 and invest $4.1 billion in our state’s parks and natural resources. Prop. 68 had broad-based, statewide support. 57% of all Californians, and 68% here in the Bay Area, voted yes on 68. “The success of Prop. 68 at the polls is an enormous win for all… Read More
As part of the Resilient by Design challenge, teams of technical experts partnered with communities around the region to address the impending threat of Bay Area sea level rise. Solano County Regional Representative Amy Hartman reflects on the experience in this series of blog posts.
Team Common Ground, a group of designers, engineers, scientists, and educators, are preparing to show their design study of the San Pablo Baylands and Highway 37 corridor with the public.
Californians stood up for natural resources by passing Prop. 68, the California Clean Water and Safe Parks Act. This $4.1 billion bond measure funds parks, access to clean water, and improved resilience to climate change for all residents.
Greenbelt Alliance endorsed Proposition 68—the California Clean Water and Safe Parks Act. Prop 68 is a general obligation bond that invests $4.1 billion to address some of California’s most important water, park, and natural resource needs.
Greenbelt Alliance welcomes Resilient by Design teams Team Uplift and Common Ground to Solano County to design solutions to tackle climate change.
Greenbelt Alliance has endorsed the Park Bond Bill and will carry out an intensive statewide campaign to support the ballot measure.
The Bay Area greenbelt is full of green infrastructure, natural systems that help make our cities and towns more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Greenbelt Alliance pledges not to forget the devastation of the North Bay fires and their impact on our region. We are thinking deeply about how we can guide and inform regional policy in the years to come and look forward to working with partners as recovery efforts continue.