Environmental Initiatives Director Nicola Hedge shares why the 2017 Opening the Outdoors grant cycle is focused on nonprofit collaborations that better leverage local resources and expertise to protect, connect and increase access to nature.
Furthering the work of the report, “San Diego, 2050 Is Calling. HOW WILL WE ANSWER?” – a first-ever collaboration among community leaders and world-renowned scientists – the movie highlights efforts formaintaining San Diego’s regional quality of life by addressing the impacts of a changing climate on coastal flooding.
Learn how our Climate Program's recent round of grantmaking focused on water conservation is just the latest example of a region-wide effort to make San Diego more resilient to the impacts of climate change.
Today, The Foundation announced it awarded $410,522 in grants to eight innovative public-private partnerships and nonprofit programs focused on water resilience and developing smart cities prepared for the impacts of climate change in the San Diego region.
Learn how the latest round of grantmaking from the Blasker Fund supports Samuel Blasker's vision to foster STEM innovation and environmental research in San Diego for future generations.
Director of Environment Initiatives Nicola Hedge shares the importance of building a more resilient water future for the San Diego region.
Two new Economic Resilience reports offer San Diego leaders insight to help make our region more resilient to the future impacts of climate change.
The San Diego Foundation, in partnership with Climate Education Partners, released new findings today that identify and address the impacts of a changing climate on business and economic growth in the San Diego region.
As we celebrate Earth Day, let's also take stock of how our region plays a key role in protecting the planet for today and future generations. Learn about San Diego's local efforts that are leading the charge globally.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the availability of grant funding through the Opening the Outdoors program. The spring 2016 grant cycle will prioritize community-driven projects that develop or improve access to natural space throughout the San Diego region, particularly in park-poor and underserved communities.