The San Diego Foundation awarded $364,000 in grants to six nonprofit programs that will increase equity and strengthen regional resilience as it relates to diminishing water supplies due to the impacts of climate change.
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The San Diego Foundation today announced it has joined with thousands of U.S. leaders and organizations in signing the “We Are Still In” declaration, an open letter to the international community affirming a commitment to support climate action.
Director of Environmental Initiatives Nicola Hedge and Chief Sustainability Officer at the City of San Diego Cody Hooven discuss the impacts of climate change in San Diego and how local business, government, academia and philanthropy can work together to build resilience.
With grant funding through The San Diego Foundation, learn how the U.S. Green Building Council is working with local officials, developers and the business sector to ensure future buildings are designed with water efficiency in mind.
The San Diego Foundation announced it awarded $230,462 in grants to seven programs that will catalyze greater regional action to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Learn how The Foundation plays a catalytic role in promoting regional action on climate change through cross-sector collaboration, research and strategic grantmaking.
Learn why The Foundation invests in climate research to help policymakers, business leaders and other community members make informed decisions that will impact us today and into the future.
Learn why collaboration is essential to effectively prepare for the impacts of climate change on the San Diego region.