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Community Walk along the Pacifica Coastline
November 7 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm PST
Sunday, Nov 7, 2021
See Change -PacificAFuture
Join In for Fear-Free Conversation About Sea Level Rise, Coastal Erosion and Adaptation
Along the way…
- Read and hear the neologisms (new words) created by the community to express their thoughts, concerns and hopes.
- Learn about the history of the dramatic Pacifica coastline.
- Hear speakers sharing their personal experiences, including Jane Tollini, Pacifica resident whose home was removed from the Manor bluffs edge in 1998 as the bluff eroded under it; Alejandra Warren from Plastic Free Future sharing about the impact of single use plastics made from fossil fuels; and more.
- Add your voice through The Climate Ribbon and conversation
More information can be found at https://www.pacificariptide.com/files/flyer_announcement-for-walk_nov-7_2021.pdf
Manor District: 10am – 11:30am
Starting Point: Open space at top of path to the beach near the Oceanaire Apartments (just north of 310 – 320 – 330 Esplanade, the location of three apartment buildings that were removed due to coastal erosion and hazardous conditions).
There will be a break for lunch (not provided, so bring a bag lunch or support one of the local restaurants in the area).
West Sharp Park: 1:00 – 2:30pm
Starting Point: Open space at north end of Beach Blvd and Paloma Ave (1567 Beach Blvd., site of a proposed 7 unit townhome project that was denied approval by the California Coastal Commission due to the hazardous nature of the area).