Articles by

Isaac Pearlman
About the author

Isaac Pearlman covers sea level rise, flooding, and other topics for ESTUARY, and also works as a climate adaptation planner for the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC). A Bay Area native, Isaac's writing is informed by his master's degree in environmental science, as well as many adventures from living and working in South America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. His stories and essays have been featured in Earth Island Journal, the Progressive Populist, and Ecosystems among other outlets. The views and opinions expressed in his writing are his own and do not reflect those held by BCDC.

Articles by Isaac Pearlman

High Road for the Wettest Highway?

As Bay Area cities and counties grapple with the formidable challenge of preparing for a higher San Francisco Bay, there is perhaps no better example of the obstacles and opportunities than the effort underway to adapt Highway 37. The 21-mile North Bay corridor running from Vallejo to Novato has long been a source of tranquility and frustration. The highway offers sweeping views of tidal baylands dotted with roosting waterfowl and shorebirds plumbing mudflats for food, along with mile-upon-mile of open...
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