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San Diego Green New Deal Alliance

The San Diego Green New Deal Alliance is a coalition of community, business, environmental, faith, labor, and social justice organizations committed to a San Diego region that achieves zero carbon by 2035

Report: Sprawl in Fire-prone Areas Endangers Californians, Increases Damages, Fire-suppression Costs

From the Center for Biological Diversity: Report: Sprawl in Fire-prone Areas Endangers Californians, Increases Damages, Fire-suppression Costs. ‘Built to Burn’ Calls for State Law to Limit Construction in High Fire-risk Wildlands

Unanimous Vote by Regional Water Quality Control Board in Support of SEP Proposal

Following two hours of supportive public testimony, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board voted unanimously 6-0 in favor of a Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP)

Princess Street Trail Planning Complete

The Environmental Center of San Diego has completed the planning phase of the Princess Street Coastal Access Trail project in La Jolla. ECOSD presented the preliminary trail design to the California Coastal Commission on Aug. 13.