About  The CalCoast™ Wave
The California Coastal Coalition (CalCoast™) publishes  The CalCoast™ WAVE  weekly without charge to readers around the world. We have been publishing a weekly e-newsletter since 1997 and we now reach more than 3,200 readers. Each edition of  The CalCoast™ WAVE  includes important news articles and op-eds, as well as announcements about grants, fellowships, conferences, meetings, and employment opportunities. We encourage readers to forward  The CalCoast™ WAVE  to friends and colleagues and to send us news tips, announcements, events, and employment opportunities. 
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We wish all of our readers a happy holiday and a Happy New Year. The next edition of The CalCoast™ WAVE will be published on January 9, 2020. 
Highlights from the Articles and Content Below:
  • Chula Vista councilmember Steve Padilla voted as California Coastal Commission chair
  • Advocacy by Southern Brooklyn Officials Leads to $12 Million in Funding for Sea Gate
  • State awards $5.5M for Hill Slough wetland restoration, research project
  • New Advisory Group Selected to Help Focus Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Funding Efforts
  • To prepare for a future with stronger hurricanes, Hawaii can learn from others - and itself
  • Recap: Surf City's fight with FEMA, state regulations to repair sand dunes
  • Could putting pebbles on beaches help solve climate change?
  • Report: Sea Level Could Rise At Least 7 Feet Along California's Coastline By 2100

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Coastal Commission News
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Drought, Water, & Wetlands News
Beach & Coastal News
Local Government News
Climate Change & Environmental News

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Employment Opportunities

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You have received this e-newsletter from the California Coastal Coalition (CalCoast™), a non-profit advocacy group comprised of 35 coastal cities; five counties; SANDAG, BEACON and SCAG; private sector partners and NGO's, committed to protecting and restoring California's coastline through beach sand restoration, increasing the flow of natural sediment, wetlands recovery, improved water quality, watershed management and the reduction of marine debris and plastic pollution. When possible, we try to post articles that are not protected by pay walls.  
Steven Aceti, JD
Executive Director,  
California Coastal Coalition

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