A recent report from Risk Management Solutions (RMS) calculated that by the end of the century, $77 billion worth of property is at risk from rising seas in San Francisco. Co.Exist staffer Adele Peters reports on the risks mapped out by RMS and the city's response to the threat of its submergence.

Around San Francisco, more than 200,000 commercial and residential buildings are at risk of temporary flooding or permanent loss and the city has begun strategizing to fix this impending problem:

In the Ocean Beach neighborhood, for example, it's likely that the city will reroute portions of the road that's currently along the water...On Treasure Island, where the city is planning to build a new sustainable community, any new housing will be set back from the water, with parks along the edges—parks that very likely will be reclaimed by the bay.

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