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From Factoid Friday to breaking news on quality of life and sustainability issues in the region, our blog shines a spotlight on critical issues in the San Diego region and simple ways you can help to solve them.
Equinox Center Executive Director Lani Lutar has been busy lately. Four months into her new role at Equinox, Lani has brought in new faces, rejuvenated key programs and ramped up the organization's efforts to impact public policy decisions linked to San Diego's economic and environmental prosperity.
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Leaders 2020, Equinox Center's civic engagement program for emerging leaders, recently added an official Facebook page. Please "like" our new page to stay abreast of the latest news and insights that matter to San Diego's Millennials: www.facebook.com/SanDiegoLeaders2020. Read More »
Want to learn more about our Leaders 2020 program or meet local elected officials and community leaders representing South County? Join us on Wednesday May 1 in Barrio Logan at our Leaders 2020 May Mixer. Thank you to event sponsor UC San Diego Health System. Read More »
Equinox Center closed its Encinitas offices this week and moved into new space in downtown San Diego. Here's our new address... Read More »
Just this week, a new study revealed that California is the second-least affordable state behind Hawaii. Bottom line: workers in CA must make more than $25 an hour in order to afford rent on a two-bedroom home. Read More »
Are you an aspiring sustainability professional with a desire to learn more about the San Diego region and our quality of life and conservation issues? If so, we want you! Read More »
Clean technology represents a growing sector of San Diego’s economy and is central to our region’s strategy for maintaining global competitiveness and for retaining our young talent. So, are we measuring up as we should be? Read More »
We've made significant progress as a region toward municipal action on climate change, but some cities stand out. We presented the 2013 Dashboard findings before the Chula Vista City Council this week and learned more about their sustainability efforts and green business program. Read More »
Texas Transportation Institute's "Urban Mobility Report" was issue today, and again, the report finds San Diegans are driving more than in previous years. Read More »
A rainy day in San Diego almost always results in beach closures or advisories. Our 2013 Dashboard revealed that water quality worsened last year. Why is it important? Read More »