Photo: Chuck AbbeWell, here we go: Threatened by rising ocean levels, the city of Ventura, California is starting to pick up stakes and move inland. It's removing a bike path and pushing back a parking lot at a spot called Surfers Point, in the hopes of resisting submersion for another 50 years. This "managed retreat" is the first of its kind in California, but it's not likely to be the last. The L.A. Times has the story on how climate change is starting to change life along California's coast. Receding coastline: California stands to lose a lot more than a …
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