Florida says sea level around the state could rise by as much as 3 feet by 2060, and wants to help Sarasota get ready.
The discussion will focus on climate change and sea level rise.
Dr. Julia Nesheiwat is tasked with preparing Florida for the environmental, physical and economic impacts of sea level rise.
Sarasota trails only Miami Beach in a new ranking of American cities most at risk from climate change.
David Yarnold will discuss sea level rise, climate change and the Audubon Society's role in Florida.
The next Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations meeting will include a discussion of sea level rise, its anticipated effects on our community and local efforts to address how we can adapt.
'Between $66 billion and $160 billion worth of real estate is expected to be below sea level by 2050,' the report states.