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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...
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
ECO SD is a member of the ReWild Coalition, joining voices with over 50 other organizations to advocate for seizing the once-in-lifetime opportunity to restore wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay.
We are fortunate, in San Diego, to have a growing number of coalitions and alliances working towards making San Diego’s natural environment equitably sustainable and thriving. It’s one of the most important ways to coalesce voices behind an issue, right a wrong or hold elected officials accountable.
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
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)
It’s all connected. Black Lives Matter It’s taken me a long time to sit down and put thought to paper, but here goes. I often wondered what it takes...
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.
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