7/25 Innovative Community Engagement Working Group Meeting

The Climate Science Alliance’s Green Team gathered on July 25th to set innovative new goals for the 2017-2018 year. The meeting kicked off by introducing Alex Warneke from Cabrillo National Monument as the new working group lead. Alex lead the Green Team through interactive exercises that generated lively conversations and ideas for collaboration within the team in the coming year. The Green Team will be striving to make San Diego County a hub for climate change education and outreach.

Stay tuned for a brand new Story Map highlighting the creative ways our partners are leading educational activities about environmental stewardship.

We appreciate all of the great ideas from our amazing partners and look forward to our next Green Team meeting in September!

If you are interested in joining our Innovative Community Engagement working group, please email marina.varano@wildlife.ca.gov.


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