The San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative is a network for public agencies that serve the San Diego region to share expertise, leverage resources, and advance comprehensive solutions to facilitate climate change planning. By partnering with academia, non-profits, and businesses, we also work to raise the profile of regional leadership.
On September 1, the San Diego UT’s article, “Investing in a Smart Water Future” featured Climate Collaborative Manager, Laura Engeman, and highlighted the San Diego Foundation’s grant awards to local cities and partners for preparing for climate change impacts.
One of only two organizations in the nation to receive the Innovative Partnerships Certificate, the Climate Collaborative was recognized as a unique partnership working collaboratively on leading edge climate initiatives that are above and beyond business-as-usual. See the full press release.
By connecting the work of local scientists and regional leaders, the “San Diego, 2050 is Calling. How Will We Answer?” report balances science-based information related to the impacts of climate change affecting the San Diego Region with a wide range of practical opportunities for local leaders to explore.