Bringing it Local: Climate Science Alliance
Partnering with schools, libraries, artists, museums, Native American Tribes and more, the Climate Science Alliance—South Coast engages directly with the community to provide education about climate change, its impacts and how we can each take action to protect our region’s ecosystem and natural resources.
With audiences ranging from elementary students to established community leaders, Climate Science Alliance has designed programs, activities and events that educate and mobilize individuals at every level.
Small Citizens, Big Impact
For the region’s younger environmental stewards, the Alliance’s Climate Kids project combines art, storytelling and hands-on science activities to make climate science education interactive, fun and engaging. Through our annual Environmental Champions initiative, SDG&E has been able to support Climate Kids and the expansion of the program to reach more students.
Whether it’s a field trip learning how to protect our region’s native species, crafting a community art project, or writing a book to inspire others to become environmental stewards, these Climate Kids are making a positive difference in our communities every day!
The Three Cs: Culture, Community and Climate
The Climate Science Alliance’s latest art exhibition—Art of Change—is on display at the Pacific Beach Taylor Branch Library through April 27th. Don’t miss your chance to learn more about the Climate Science Alliance and enjoy climate-inspired artwork from local students, community members and artists.
Could Your Organization be an Environmental Champion?
Organizations that promote climate science education can apply for a grant up to $25,000 through our Environmental Champions giving initiative through April 17, 2017. Click here to submit an application today!