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Working together is the key to developing a better future for Bay Area communities. 

The Bay Area Regional Collaborative, or BARC, works to collaborate and problem-solve for 21st century challenges that impact the Bay Area, including climate change and social and economic injustice. 

 

News

April 16, 2019 — "How much longer can we have Highway 37 in the way that it is, without preparing for sea level rise?" wonders Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael. That future is coming at us fast, with rising sea levels, high tides and extreme weather events. At the current pace of global warming, in...
March 25, 2019 — A large community of policy stakeholders in the San Francisco Bay Area have been debating the risks and adaptive solutions to sea level rise. BARC shows up as a major regional hub. "While there is emerging agreement about the risks posed by sea level rise, a major challenge is the...
March 14, 2019 — More than half a million Californians and $150 billion in property are at risk of flooding along the coast by 2100 - equivalent to six percent of the state's GDP, the study found, and on par with Hurricane Katrina and some of the world's costliest disasters....
March 8, 2019 — Allison Brooks, BARC Executive Director, honors Corrina Gould and many other women on International Women's Day. "Last evening BARC was honored to host, among many esteemed guests, Corrina Gould, Spokesperson for the Confederated Villages of the Lisjan/Ohlone Tribe that have...
March 6, 2019 — BARC Chair Farewell - by Frank Wasserman.   I think we, all of us together, with the support of our BARC staff and our agency’s staff, have done a very good job for the past few years to make this agency effective. The Bay Area Regional Collaborative –...

Meetings & Events

Friday, May 17

Meeting
Friday, May 17, 2019
10:00am