Let's Learn About Climate Together

Some Basics to Start Your Journey

San Diego's Climate Action Plan

The 2022 CAP establishes a community-wide goal of net zero by 2035, committing San Diego to an accelerated trajectory for greenhouse gas reductions.

California has a new climate change plan. What's next?

Here are six ways that Californians will be affected by the state’s new climate change blueprint.

How Good Is San Diego's Environmental Quality of Life?

The Quality of Life Dashboard measures and benchmarks several environmental and economic trends throughout the region and calls attention to the ways in which local nonprofits, government and businesses are working together.

Climate Change in San Diego

Learn from giv4 grantee Climate Action Campaign about the effects of climate change locally

Quick Stats About Climate

Hear from the giv4 climate fund curators

Four of the giv4 climate fund curators spoke on a panel in 2021 about San Diego's regional commitment to a sustainable future. 


Recent News & Articles of Interest

@WILDCOAST team is working on conservation murals in Conchalito, La Paz, BCS, with local students and artist Jose Marron! #Art and #nature make the world a better place!

#LaPaz #bajacaliforniasur https://t.co/qOzEoXaMKI
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Sneak peek of our incredible speakers 🤫! We've got an incredible lineup of speakers for our Fight for Climate Action Rally this Thursday at 11 AM! If you can, join us at the Civic Center Plaza for our press conference and rally.

RSVP: https://t.co/HrQaWUXM6L https://t.co/VgiO915DmH
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Empowering women is the single most important way to ensure effective #climateaction - Thx to @sustainsurf @Roxy for the inspiring film about the pro surfer Maluhia Kinimaka's visit to a women-led #mangrove restoration project in #BajaCA
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Yes, there are local San Diego solutions to climate and environmental change. Learn about, and help, local nonprofits making a difference. Join the @giv4climate movement. https://t.co/WZaPAgaKag https://t.co/5rZpb0VCdR giv4climate photo
WILDCOAST research crew, Carlos Callado and Lillie Mulligan, collecting soil samples from #Batiquitos Lagoon to analyze #carbon stock of our local wetlands in #SanDiegoCounty @BLFCarlsbad https://t.co/kOHHGtGcVf giv4climate photo
Looking for impactful career opportunities that help save nature?

We're looking for experienced and well-rounded professionals to join our Int'l team conserving over 38.5 million acres of globally significant coastal + marine ecosystems!

Learn more: https://t.co/lZKg4jigm7 https://t.co/9FgN0ONHMe
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Explore in More Depth

Climate change is very complicated. There are multiple causes, multiple ways to address it, and an overwhelming number of terms and acronyms to learn. Here's the beginning of a deeper dive. Let us know what additional resources or information would be helpful to increase understanding at [email protected].

  • San Diego Sustainability Resources

    The University of San Diego has created an abundance of resources on climate, environment and sustainability with a local focus

  • Shifting public attitudes on climate

    The Pew Research Center see rapidly changing attitudes on the causes and effects of climate change

  • Disproportionate Impacts of Climate Change on Socially Vulnerable Populations

    The EPA has demonstrated that underserved communities are least able to prepare for, and recover from, heat waves, poor air quality, flooding, and other impacts.

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