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IN BETWEEN, THERE STANDS A THIN LINE
Exploitation and preservation of the Northern California coastline

California, home to one out of eight Americans, is the most populated U.S. state. Moreover 80% of its 38 million people are living within 30 miles of the Pacific Ocean's edge. Going to the beach has always been part of Californians' lifestyle, which has made waterfront access a powerful economic engine and put a fragile natural environment in jeopardy. Over the years, climate change combined with encroaching urbanization and population growth have a no return impact on the shoreline. Coastal communities are caught in some raging battles between industries (fishing, construction, oil, tourism), politicians and environmentalists.
Descendents of a very diverse population shaped by a strong labor movement, the Northern Californians developed sharp environmental values and stewardship for the protection of the coastline's spectacular nature. This photo documentary explores climate change consequences, rehabilitation battles over polluted sites and the schism of nature preservation with economic development along the Northern California coast. Mendocino County, Point Reyes National Seashore and San Francisco Bay are three emblematic areas of complex uses of the coastland with which Californians have an economical, recreational and spiritual connection.