Source

Authors

Port of Long Beach

Published

2016

Description

This plan was developed to help the Port of Long Beach, which is an important economic engine, manage the direct and indirect risks associated with climate change and coastal hazards. The plan provides a framework for the Port to incorporate adaptive measures related to projected climate change into its policymaking and planning processes, construction practices, infrastructure design, and environmental documents. The plan includes a review of relevant climate science, vulnerability profiles for the Port’s assets and a select a subset of adaptation strategies the Port will focus on putting into practice.


Impacts

Extreme storms Ocean acidification Sea level rise

Resource Type

Assessment Plan or strategy

Topics

Extent: Long Beach

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Last updated: April 20, 2019