Get Outside San Diego Features the 10 Things to Help Wildlife Challenge

Climate change is going to make it harder on wildlife to find food, water, and raise their young. As a part of our effort to increase public awareness about these impacts on wildlife highlighted in the “San Diego County Ecosystems: The Ecological Impacts of Climate Change on a Biodiversity Hotspot”, the Climate Science Alliance has teamed up with the San Diego Foundation and their “Get Outside San Diego” website to feature the 10 Things You Can Do to Help Wildlife challenge!

Visit this interactive tool at

or download a printable copy HERE

By visiting one of the ten Alliance partner locations, youth and adults alike can learn more about climate change impacts to San Diego county ecosystems and wildlife and explore 10 things we can all do to help.

To learn more about this project and the 10 ways you can help visit

Share your story with us at #10ThingsForWildlife!

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