San Diego residents and business leaders are helping the City achieve climate action goals of reducing greenhouse gases, providing cleaner transportation and clean energy.
Stories in Category Sustainability
We're asking San Diegans to make one small change per week to help create a more sustainable community!
Thinking about taking two wheels for #TransitTuesday? We asked our favorite local baller, sportscaster and bicyclist Bill Walton to give us some tips to get riding!
Ever wonder what happens to your recycling after you dump it in the blue bin? We took a behind the scenes look at a Materials Recovery Facility, or MRF, where the City’s recycling is sorted.
Meet the Hydro Heroes and learn some easy ways to conserve water!
Try commuting differently by biking, walking or taking public transit one day a week. There are so many ways to getting around town while leaving your car at home. Hop on a bus or trolley, or bike or walk to where you need to go.
La Ciudad de San Diego pide que residentes usen una forma alternativas para transportarse por la ciudad. Tome un autobús o tranvía, en bicicleta o camine a donde tenga que ir. De cualquier manera, participen en #TransitTuesday o Martes de Transito.
County residents impacted by the Lilac Fire can receive free mulch and compost to protect against soil erosion in fire-ravaged areas. The ground cover is available at the Miramar Greenery through Dec. 31.
The City of San Diego has been at the forefront of waste diversion, not only in California, but in the nation for over 20 years. The City has a comprehensive recycling program that has expanded exponentially since its inception in the mid-90s.
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