California Coastal Commission
The California Coastal Act is the primary law that governs the decisions of the Coastal Commission and outlines standards for development within the Coastal Zone. The Act encourages The Coastal Act local governments to create Local Coastal Programs (LCPs) to govern decisions that determine the short- and long-term conservation and use of coastal resources that may be susceptible to sea level rise.
Extreme storms Ocean acidification Sea level rise Snowpack Temperature
Planning and policy guidance