One of California’s most famous surf towns is threatened by rising sea levels that could overtake beaches and million-dollar homes | SFGate

As sea levels continue to rise, California’s beaches are threatened by erosion. Communities such as Santa Cruz are feeling these effects particularly hard because beaches are central to their economy and culture. Source: One of California’s most famous surf towns is threatened by rising sea levels that could overtake beaches and million-dollar homes – SFGate
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Billionaire’s Fight to Close Path to a California Beach Comes to a Dead End | The New York Times

The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by Vinod Khosla, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist whose belief in property rights outweighed his affinity for a state access law. Source: Billionaire’s Fight to Close Path to a California Beach Comes to a Dead End – The New York Times
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Beaches freed of more than half a ton of trash, recyclables | Fort Bragg Advocate-News

About 200 volunteers converged on Mendocino Coast beaches Sept. 15 for the annual Coastal Cleanup Day, joining cleanup efforts all along the California shore. According to the Mendocino Land Trust, which coordinated the local effort, volunteers removed more than 1,100 pounds of garbage and 150 pounds of recyclables from over a dozen beaches from Elk to Westport. Source: Beaches […]
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A stranger pulls dad, son from the ocean — onto an isolated beach with no way out | The Tribune

A father tried to rescue his son after the boy fell off a cliff at Half Moon Bay in Northern California on Saturday. A good Samaritan helped them get to a beach, but it was isolated. They were airlifted by the CHP. Source: Child, father rescued in Half Moon Bay CA after cliff fall | […]
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