To implement sea level rise adaptation plans effectively, local actors in California must understand the ways law and legal tools could enhance their adaptive capacity.
Learn from law and policy experts Sean B. Hecht and Megan M. Herzog of UCLA School of Law’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment about:
- The role of law in the adaptation planning process
- Public and private rights on the coast, including discussion of takings law and the public trust doctrine
- The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and sea level rise
- Legal tools and recommendations for effective sea level rise planning, including UCLA’s ongoing project to develop model implementing legal provisions for California local governments engaged in sea-level rise adaptation
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