Save the Date: April 21 CESP Presents Visualizing Sea-level Rise During the Albany Earth Day Clean-up

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Save the Date!

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Citizens for East Shore Parks presents


As part of the Earth Day Shoreline Cleanup

at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park- Albany Beach 

in collaboration with the California State Parks Foundation and its 20th Earth Day Restoration & Cleanup presented by PG&E; and the City of Albany; and The Watershed Project

Visualizing Sea-level Rise event at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park, Berkeley. Photo by Lana Martarella

Please join Citizens for East Shore Parks (CESP) at the Albany shoreline to see where the “new” shoreline will be with 2-meters of sea rise by the end of this century.  After local scientists and public officials share causes of climate change, possible resilient shoreline solutions and plans to prevent this destruction, volunteers will march with sea blue banners along the 2-meter sea-level rise mark to show just how far inland the sea will come. And, bring your smiles and dancing shoes too- we will have a photo booth where you can pose with sea creatures that might be moving inland and music to brighten the day!

When:    CESP will have a booth at the Earth Day event which runs from 9:00am-1:00pm.  Come early and participate in the Albany Cleanup 9:00am-11am. The Visualizing Sea-level Rise event time is 11:00am-1:00pm.

Where:   McLaughlin Eastshore State Park, Albany Beach. End of Buchanan Street (1 Buchanan St.).

Please REGISTER: P.O. Box 6087, Albany, CA 94706 | Office: 510- 524-5000  |