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Climate Action

Cleantech San Diego and AWWEE Host Transportation Panel with Regional Experts

  |   Advocacy, Cleantech San Diego, Climate Action, Electric Vehicles

On Sept. 29, Cleantech San Diego partnered with the Association of Women in Water, Energy, and the Environment (AWWEE) to host a discussion about the latest developments in implementing SANDAG's 2050 Regional Transportation Plan / Sustainable Communities Strategy.   The panel of speakers included:   Todd Gloria, San Diego City Council President Kim Kawada, Chief Deputy Executive...

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Metropolitan Water District Brings California to Life to Deliver Water-Saving Message

  |   Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Action, Water

California comes to life in a series of television advertisements by CleanTECH San Diego member the Metropolitan Water District that began airing in July on stations throughout the Southland promoting the need to protect the state and its future by saving water during the historic, ongoing...

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El Niño Forecast Update from Scripps Climate Scientist

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Climate Action, Events, Water

In June 2014, Cleantech San Diego hosted an event with El Niño experts from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego who explained the basics of the weather phenomenon and shared insights about the likelihood of an El Niño event occurring in San Diego this year.   As a follow-up to that discussion, below are El Niño...

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Rep. Peters, Operation Free, Cleantech San Diego Host First Public Screening of THE BURDEN

  |   Advocacy, Biorenewables, Cleantech Industry News, Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Action, Energy Efficiency, Events, Smart Grid, Solar Energy

On June 4, Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52), clean energy campaign Operation Free, and Cleantech San Diego hosted the first public screening of documentary film THE BURDEN, followed by a discussion on defense energy issues at the San Diego Central Library.   THE BURDEN is the first documentary of its...

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San Diego Climate Experts Answer the Question: Is El Niño Coming?

  |   Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Action, Events, Water

On June 2, guests of Cleantech San Diego gathered on the Scripps Institution of Oceanography campus for a timely discussion with top climate scientists about the powerful weather phenomenon El Niño and how it impacts our region. The program included presentations from three El Niño experts who explained the basics of the weather...

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CleanTECH San Diego Welcomes New Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  |   Biorenewables, Cleantech San Diego, Cleantech San Diego Members, Climate Action, Events, Water

On April 29, CleanTECH San Diego board members Glenn Mosier and Julia Brown hosted a Meet & Greet with Margaret Leinen, Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. Dr. Leinen, a highly distinguished national leader and oceanographer, became the eleventh director of Scripps...

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San Diego Innovators Can Be Leaders in Realizing Global Sustainability

  |   Biorenewables, Cleantech Industry News, Cleantech San Diego, Climate Action, Electric Vehicles, Energy Efficiency, Events, Highlights, Smart Cities San Diego, Smart Grid, Solar Energy, The City as a System

In early April, CleanTECH San Diego was represented at the first Global Solutions Summit in Washington, D.C. The conference follows the Little Rock Accord, signed December 2012, between Club de Madrid, an organization of former heads of state, and the P80 Foundation, comprised of many...

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San Diego Council President Todd Gloria Addresses CleanTECH San Diego Board of Directors

  |   Advocacy, Cleantech San Diego, Climate Action, Energy Efficiency

CleanTECH San Diego’s March 18, 2014, Board of Director's meeting featured a presentation by Todd Gloria, Council President of the City of San Diego, and most recently the City’s Interim Mayor. Councilmember Gloria reviewed several items of interest to CleanTECH San Diego members, including the proposed City of San...

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