Climate Change Bright Spots
Featured Bright Spot:
WHAT: A unique collaboration between The Port of San Diego, the San Diego Regional Airport Authority, and five cities surrounding the Bay, the San Diego Bay Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategy includes a vulnerability assessment and actionable recommendations for adapting to sea level rise and other climate change impacts.
WHO: The Cities of San Diego, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, and Coronado; The Port of San Diego; San Diego County Regional Airport Authority; The San Diego Foundation; ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability
Additional Bright Spots:
WHAT: As part of development of a Sustainable Communities Strategy for the 2050 Regional Transportation Plan (in compliance with Senate Bill 375), SANDAG created a Climate Action Strategy to help the region identify land use, transportation, and related policy measures and investments that could reduce greenhouse gases from passenger cars and light-duty trucks
WHAT: Chula Vista was among the first cities in Southern California to produce a Climate Adaptation Plan.
WHO: City of Chula Vista
WHAT: The “Smart City San Diego” initiative will oversee one of the largest early deployments of electric vehicles in the United States.
WHO: City of San Diego, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), CleanTech San Diego and University of California, San Diego, GE