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CSA Partners With San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy

The San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy aims to protect and restore the resources of San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve, its watershed, and related ecosystems for the benefit of current and future generations. Since July 2017, the Climate Science Alliance has been partnering with the Lagoon to bring new climate resources to programming, education staff and docents. In October 2017, we partnered with the Conservancy to host a special Climate Kids Assembly at Capri Elementary School in Encinitas where kids learned about climate change through song and movement. CSA staff worked with the Conservancy to create a personalized climate change education training for naturalists this past February. The edu

Art of Change featured at Imperial Beach Library

Art of Change was featured at the new Imperial Beach Library this past February-March 2018. Climate art from affiliated artists, climate kids and community members was on display for the public and attendees of multiple events held in the community rooms, including Mayor Dedina's 'State of the City' address on February 26th. Next stop for Art of Change: Mission Valley Library! Stay tuned for more information. Photo courtesy of Imperial Beach City Hall #ArtCommunity #BuildingCommunity #BuildingResilience

CSA Attends "Love Your Wetlands Day"

On Saturday, February 10th, San Diego Audubon hosted their annual "Love Your Wetlands Day" at the Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve. The Climate Science Alliance was invited to host an interactive Climate Kids. Ambassadors from Mission Bay High School and our partners at STAYCOOL for Grandkids joined us for a multi-generational approach to engaging the public on climate change. Audubon's annual "Love Your Wetlands Day" is the only day of the year that the reserve is open to the public. The day's activities focused on educating the public on the importance of wetlands, the threats they are currently facing, and what can be done to help protect them. Native planting and walking tours through the mar

The Climate Science Alliance Shares Model of Strategic Cross-Sector Partnerships at the 2nd Internat

Last month Alliance team member, Udara Abeysekera, represented the Alliance at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change in Colombo, Sri Lanka. She learned about climate change impacts and solutions from climate researchers and practitioners representing 18 different countries and presented on the Alliance model of bringing diverse groups of climate leaders together to safeguard our natural and human communities from climate change impacts. Udara describes her experience as “a unique opportunity to expand the Alliance network abroad. It was really incredible seeing how much interest there is in replicating this model of working groups made up of diverse partner organizations under a

Successful San Diego Climate Summit Brings 200 Local Climate Leaders Together

Here’s what people are saying about the 2018 San Diego Climate Summit: “Clearly an important topic to address at a local/regional level, great to have this nexus to coordinate discussion and connections.” “Favorite workshop that I have attended. Thank you!” “Thank you to all for continuing to advance the science and provide increasingly clear understanding of these issues” On March 6, the Climate Science Alliance co-hosted the 2018 San Diego Climate Summit with the Scripps Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation and San Diego Gas and Electric. The summit brought together 200 climate leaders representing research, academia, arts, non-profits, businesses, and tribal, local, state, and

Climate Science Alliance Participates in Underwater Parks Day

On Janurary 20th, the Climate Science Alliance brought Climate Kids to Under Water Parks Day at SEALIFE Aquarium in Carlsbad, CA. Underwater Parks Day was an effort by Southern California aquariums to explain the importance of Marine Protected Areas in maintaining the health of coastal ecosystems and species. This event hosted kid-friendly activities, crafts, performances, and hands-on exhibits. Climate Kids partnered with Mission Bay High School to incorporate climate change messaging into topics of ocean health through art, storytelling, and an interactive plastics demonstration by Climate Kids ambassador Maya Cota. Mission Bay High School ambassadors volunteered to educate visitors on cli

The Inaugural San Diego Climate Summit was a Huge Success!

Thank you to all who made the inaugural San Diego Climate Summit a huge success! The day-long program provided regional environmental leaders a space to explore climate change impacts, adaptation, and communication with Alliance partners and authors of the report, “San Diego County Ecosystems: The Ecological Impacts of Climate Change on A Biodiversity Hotspot”. Stay tuned for more information and resources from the #SDClimateSummit

Highlights from the Sold-Out 2018 San Diego Climate Summit

We're here at the 2018 San Diego Climate Summit, posting live updates on our social media accounts. Follow us to stay tuned for this event and future events! Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Full house at the 2018 San Diego Climate Summit! Not only are #SDClimateSummit attendees learning how climate change is specifically affecting the San Diego region, but the scientists are here to answer questions! Thank you to Michael McCormick, from the CA Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, for being our keynote speaker and supporting our work today at the #SDClimat

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