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City Visions: August 25, 2014
City Visions: How do we want our waterfront to change?
From Fisherman's Wharf to India Basin, what's next for San Francisco's waterfront? Host Joseph Pace and guests discuss the Port of San Francisco's newly released waterfront use plan. How does the plan address voter-imposed height limits? And how will future development contend with rising sea levels and other climate impacts?
-Byron Rhett, deputy director of planning and development, Port of San Francisco
-Jasper Rubin, associate professor and chair of the department of urban studies and planning, San Francisco State. He is also the author of A Negotiated Landscape, a history of San Francisco’s waterfront since 1950.
-Ethan Elkind, associate director of the climate change and energy program, with a joint appointment at the UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law