Alliance Shares the Latest Climate Research, Impacts to Wildlife, and Solutions at Unite the Tribe


At the first ever "Unite the Tribe", an Earth Day event hosted by Indigenous Regeneration and San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians, the Climate Science Alliance shared the latest climate research, impacts to wildlife, and solutions.

The Climate Science Alliance participated in the first ever Unite the Tribe Earth Day event hosted by Indigenous Regeneration and San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians. The Tribal community event opened with a blessing and featured special guest speakers, hands on activities for youth and adults, performances by Nahko, Paul Cannon IRON SAGE WOOD & Rob Machado, Xiuhtezcatl, and more! The event attracted nearly 500 attendees from all across southern California.

The Alliance shared information from the San Diego County Ecosystems Assessment, impacts to carnivores and pollinators/plants, and most importantly what we can do to give wildlife a break!

To find out more on how you can help wildlife in our area, please visit: https://www.climatesciencealliance.org/give-wildlife-a-break

Programs and materials presented at this event were made possible by support of our partners, including San Diego Gas & Electric (Environmental Champions) and California Coastal Commission (Whale Tail Grant). Thank you!

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