Sea level rise to take toll on California coast

California beach towns could face significant economic losses in the next century as a result of sea level rise.

Visitor hotspots, such as Venice Beach, could suffer losses of hundreds of millions of dollars in tourism revenue between now and 2100 if current sea level rise projections eventuate.

As sea levels rise in the next century, both coastal storm damage and erosion are expected to increase, threatening properties and coastal infrastructure.

Read more at San Francisco State University