The worst of the bomb cyclone has finally passed, but now we have work to do. Our chapter leaders from across the state of California met on January 18 to discuss the devastation in their communities and share urgent needs for on-the-ground support.
The recent bomb cyclone—a very large, intense atmospheric storm that loses pressure rapidly—and its disastrous consequences across California add to the unsettling evidence of a changing climate. At the heart of who we are, and what we do, we’re coastline defenders thanks to grassroots supporters like you.
You enable us to take action in times like these and continue our fight for climate-change adaptation before storms like these get worse.
We’re the largest network of coastal defenders in the world and we fight every day to halt climate change.
At any given moment, we're working on more than 100 campaigns across the country to protect our oceans, waves, and beaches at both a regional and federal level.