On April 4, 2022, from the Office of Governor Newsom, there was an announcement that California has launched an updated Climate Adaptation Strategy to Protect Communities from Accelerating Impacts. I hadn’t heard anything about the Strategy. The Climate Adaptation Strategy has a website under the State of California. There is also a Committee with eleven members. I just noticed this today – so . . . I have some reading to do.
I do believe that it is good that Director Dee Dee Myers, of the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development is one of the Committee members, in addition to Planning and Research, Emergency Services, Housing, Natural Resources, Health and Human Services, Labor & Workforce Development, California EPA, Transportation Agency, Food and Agriculture, and the California Energy Commission (hopefully this includes the electrical grid and infrastructure). I am a bit surprised to not see Cal Fire or the Department of Forestry and Fire, and I would also specifically add water resources and infrastructure including the strategy for building more storage and reservoirs.
Below is a partial scan of the California Climate Adaptation Strategy website – it sounds like this is going to become a big deal soon, or maybe it already is. As we also need businesses and jobs, business also should be or become involved.
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