California Public Resources Code
Sec. § 71153


(a)

By July 1, 2017, and every three years thereafter, the agency shall update the state’s climate adaptation strategy, known as the plan. As part of the update, the agency shall coordinate with other state agencies to identify a lead agency or group of agencies to lead adaptation efforts in each sector. The updates to the plan shall include all of the following:

(1)

Vulnerabilities to climate change by sector, as identified by the lead agency or group of agencies, and regions, including, at a minimum, the following sectors:

(A)

Water.

(B)

Energy.

(C)

Transportation.

(D)

Public health.

(E)

Agriculture.

(F)

Emergency services.

(G)

Forestry.

(H)

Biodiversity and habitat.

(I)

Ocean and coastal resources.

(2)

Priority actions needed to reduce risks in those sectors, as identified by the lead agency or group of agencies.

(b)

By January 1, 2017, and every three years thereafter, the agency shall release a draft plan. Between the release of the draft plan and the publication of the final update of the plan, the agency shall hold at least three public hearings for the purpose of providing an opportunity for the public to review and provide written and oral comments on the draft plan. The public hearings shall be held in northern California, the central valley of California, and southern California.
(c)The agency shall annually report to the Legislature, consistent with Section 9795 of the Government Code, on actions taken by each applicable agency to implement the plan.
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