Adapting to Rising Tides: ART Portfolio

Posted on: 9/26/2018 - Updated on: 2/27/2020

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This ART Portfolio website provides access to the planning guidance, tools, data and information developed and refined by ART Program staff based on their extensive experience and lessons learned in adaptation planning through leading and supporting numerous projects. The ART Portfolio consists of:


Summarized outcomes and information from the ART project in Alameda County. These findings represent the ART Program’s current understanding for different sectors and issues related to adaptation planning. Examples of sectors included are transportation, community land use and services, wastewater and storm water.


Synopses and the latest information and links to completed material for current and past regionallocal, and sector-specific projects led or supported by the ART Program.


Detailed, step-by-step guidance and supporting materials for using the ART Approach to adaptation planning.

Help Desk

Support that connects users to knowledgeable ART Program staff who can assist them with understanding and using Portfolio content, and connect them with other relevant expertise and information.


Adam Fullerton

Managing Organizations

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