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Environmental justice groups work to ensure that all people, regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, receive the same quality of...
Our Fifth Annual Environmental Leadership Summit was held October 16, 2021. This year’s Summit was wrapped around “Funding A Sustainable San Diego”. Once again, for everyone’s safety, the Summit was a virtual event. We hope to gather in person in 2022.
What are environmental groups, and what do they do? Environmental groups advocate for, or work toward, protecting the natural environment. Groups...
From the La Jolla Light: The California Coastal Conservancy awarded the Environmental Center of San Diego a grant of $180,680 on Sept. 23 to support the continued restoration of the historic Princess Street Coastal Access Trail in La Jolla.
On September 9, 2021, the CCC unanimously supported staff’s Recommendations and Findings for Consent Cease and Desist Order No. CCC-21-CD-01 and Consent Administrative Penalty No. CCC-21-AP-01. These agenda items demonstrate that coastal access has been obstructed for decades in the northeastern corner of Mission Bay at Campland on the Bay and the Mission Bay RV Resort and that the public has been prevented from using the coastline in these areas.
San Diego State University Center for Human Resources are currently recruiting for a Director of Energy & Sustainability for their campus.
We love to see the public out enjoying San Diego’s beautiful beaches, but know that access can often be difficult. Below you’ll find a list of...
Find out why coastal access is important for San Diegans, how ECO SD is involved, and a list of current coastal access points in San Diego county.
News Update - June 2021 The Food and Nutrition+ Club of Mira Mesa High School and FCCLA have shown their support for education and...
Written by Connor Yanz Optimism may feel difficult for today's environmentalist. Amidst the constant news of a warming climate and loss of...
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