Partners Celebrate Successes at 2nd Annual Climate Science Alliance Forum and Networking Event


On March 30th, 2017, the Climate Science Alliance hosted the 2nd Annual Climate Science Alliance Forum and Networking Event at the Scripps Seaside Forum. We had over 80 incredible partners join us from across the south coast region for an evening of celebration and collaboration. The Alliance Advisory Team kicked off the event with a program that showcased the projects and accomplishments of our three working groups: Science Focused Partnerships, Climate Smart Conservation, and Innovative Community Engagement.

With reason to celebrate, guests had the rest of the evening to enjoy food, drinks, music, art, and great company all while taking in the beautiful views of the coast from the Scripps Seaside Forum. Guests participated in an interactive art project with affiliated artist, Joan Green, where they created upcycled key chains that displayed their environmental commitments. The evening featured a beautiful performance by the talented eco-musician and affiliated artist, Ashley Mazanec. Ashley sang powerful songs about climate change, drought, sustainability, and positive change. The event also showcased several art pieces created by Climate Kids and affiliated artists, Kira Corser and Audrey Carver.

The Alliance is overwhelmingly grateful to have a network of such incredible organizations and individuals working towards positive change in our region! We hope our guests enjoyed the opportunity to chat with old friends and form partnerships with new ones. We look forward to seeing what projects come out of this fun and collaborative event.

Please enjoy some photos from the event below.

Visit our Facebook page to view the full gallery of photos from the event.

Special thanks to our amazing sponsors and partners that made this event possible:

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