People looking over a railing at high water from flooding.

California King Tides Project – 2021

High Tide at Cabrillo

King Tides are coming December 4-5 and January 2-3!

The California King Tides Project is raising awareness about sea level rise and help communities plan for the future. You can help by taking and sharing photos of the highest high tides of the year. Find out what time the King Tides will be near you. Learn how to participate by uploading your photos via a web browser or app. Check out last year’s photos on our interactive map

During King Tides you can head out on your own, with friends and family, or join one of the organized events listed on their webpage. As always, please be cautious and respect the power of the ocean.
Learn more at california.kingtides.net

On September 10, 3pm-4:15pm, you are invited to a free online presentation by climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. Dr. Hayhoe is the director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University and the Chief Scientist for the Nature Conservancy, and has authored and coauthored many reports including the National Climate Assessments. She is a renowned climate change communicator, particularly when it comes to communicating to skeptical audiences. This event is presented by the Renaissance Society at Sacramento State. Space is limited. Register here.

One thought on “California King Tides Project – 2021

  1. Mary

    Let me know if you are interested in the event on the 10th and I can try to register. You could watch here

    Take care, Tracy 858.750.5070

    Sent from my “smart?” iPhone

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