Click the picture for updates and information from the Climate Action Campaign Website.
To promote healthy natural systems in San Diego by inspiring a deeper understanding and appreciation of positive environmental change and advocacy while working to improve the quality of life and economic vitality of our community.
Increasingly, Mother Nature needs representation. Someone has to stand up for the environment when no one else will. While various organizations address environmental concerns many issues are left to chance. It is important to protect the environment on an individual, organizational and governmental level. No one organization connects all the environmental groups and environmentally minded individuals grappling with the ever-present pressure on San Diego’s natural environment. It is our goal to protect and enhance the natural environment of San Diego through education, activism and direct action. We can be part of the solution. The key to solving some of our big environmental issues of the day like climate change and loss of biodiversity is through education and stimulation of positive action right here at home in the community of San Diego.
Click the picture to view a letter from the County of San Diego regarding the issue and some additional background information.
Click on the picture to go directly to the "Save Gregory Canyon" website for more information and updates!
The City has big plans for De Anza Cove - Mission Bay. They want to replace a trailer park (which was ruled illegal) with an RV park. They Want to maximize revenues by turning the land over to private corporations who will build another concrete, asphalt and chain link fenced tourist trap.
The Ad-Hoc Committee in charge of planning meets monthly at Mission Bay High School cafeteria. Public speaking is at the end of the meeting and is sometimes restricted to one minute per person so be prepared for that possibility.
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We support the Vision Statement from the Quality of Life Coalition. After reviewing 3 alternatives presented by SANDAG staff, we have found that they are not consistent with the Vision Statement. Consequently, we oppose any ballot measure based on those alternatives. While we support some elements of these proposals, such as funding for habitat manegement plans, water quality improvements, and enhanced public transit, we are strongly opposed to other elements. In particular, we oppose continuing the failed attempts to cure congestion by adding lanes to freeways, which only provide short-term relief at the expense of better long-term solutions. Click the photo for more information.
SANDAG wants to tie the funding to freeway expansion. Pave paradise to save paradise? Click the picture for more information!
A victory for the hard working people of Carlsbad! It's time to replace a council that doesn’t listen to its constituents. There has to be a candidate or two in Carlsbad with a good environmental ethic.
The County's Resource Management Plan is still being developed. Click the picture for more information.