Join San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative members on October 2nd at our Fall Network Meeting where we will learn about research and programs that connect energy efficiency, communication and behavior change.
GIVE YOUR INPUT! The County of San Diego, the 18 incorporated cities, and many special districts are now updating the San Diego Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan and they want to hear from you.
The San Diego International Airport is now North America’s second-ever carbon neutral airport, they reached carbon neutral accreditation from the global agency that establishes carbon standards for airports worldwide.
The City of La Mesa is making it easy for residents to save energy, conserve water and reduce waste by providing DIY Energy Saving and Sustainability Toolkits for free checkout at La Mesa City Hall or Helix Water District.
SDRCC Programs & Updates
The San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative is working to advance the programmatic areas below through facilitating convenings, trainings, working groups and access to information and resources.
SDRCC will be hosting a Fall Network meeting on Energy Efficiency on October 2nd at The San Diego Foundation. Register now!
The California Energy Commission (CEC) has launched an online interactive tool to view, search, and download building-level energy performance information under the state’s Building Energy Benchmarking Program.
Cities are at the forefront of helping to make sure that homes are more efficient and comfortable.
SDRCC has been conducting a Regional Adaptation Needs Assessment for Climate Adaptation in the San Diego Region through an SB1 grant in partnership with SANDAG, The San Diego Foundation and The Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. We are looking forward to hosting a stakeholder meeting for the Regional Adaptation Needs Assessment the second week of November. Stay tuned!
Eligible entities looking to leverage their money and resources by cost-sharing with Reclamation on Drought Resiliency Projects that will increase the reliability of water supplies; improve water management; and provide benefits for fish, wildlife, and the environment to mitigate impacts caused by drought. Applications are due October 14th.
The Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Program was created to support the California Department of Transportation’s (Caltrans) Mission: Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability. Applications are due October 11th.