Op-Ed:  California’s beaches closures offer a glimpse of the likely future. That should frighten us

Op-Ed: California’s beaches closures offer a glimpse of the likely future. That should frighten us


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For the first time in history, most people in Southern California, under stay-at-home orders, are completely banned from surfing, sunbathing, fishing or building sandcastles at the ocean’s edge.

The current beach closures are giving us a glimpse of Southern California’s likely future: one with fewer and smaller beaches nearly as inaccessible as they are right now…

Read Full Article, LA Times (04-03-2020)

Column: The future of Florida’s beaches and the public’s right to know; Op Ed. by Orrin Pilkey (12-07-2015)

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