Alta Vista Gardens Pond Maintenance

Alta Vista Botanical Gardens 1270 Vale Terrace Dr, Vista

Please join fellow NCCCA volunteers in maintaining the beautiful Pond Garden at the Alta Vista Botanical Gardens. The NCCCA is part of the Adopt-a-Garden program and our volunteers will meet twice monthly to clip, trim, plant and maintain a chosen garden within the Gardens. Please bring garden gloves, mask and hedge clippers if you have them. Let's commune with nature and familiar faces in one of the most beautiful places in Vista. Meet Nikki or Carole at the entrance to the Alta Vista Botanical Gardens at 9:30 am or drop in anytime to help between 9:30 am -12 pm. If Read More ...

Quantifying CO2 Emissions – Essential Groundwork in Creating Regional Climate Solutions

Cities throughout our region and the entire US have been adopting CAPs with baseline GHG emission inventories. Years later, what progress has been made? Are we on track to meet climate goals?Can we identify precisely where emissions are coming from? Would knowing help us prioritize remediation efforts? Are there improved measurement tools? How can they be applied to SD county and beyond? Please join our Special Guests Dr. Kevin Gurney, (NAU), Dr. Nilmini Silva-Send (USD), and Dr. Ralph Keeling (Scripps), who will share their groundbreaking work & introduce the concepts of Emissions Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (MRV), all of which Read More ...

NCCCA Virtual Networking Meeting

The North County Climate Change Alliance invites you to join our monthly networking event. This meeting is open to individuals and groups who are concerned about climate change.

Super Power – 100% Clean Electricity for San Diego, USA, and the World

We are on the cusp of the fastest, deepest, most profound disruption of the energy sector in over a century. Like most disruptions, this one is being driven by the convergence of several key technologies whose costs and capabilities have been improving on consistent and predictable trajectories – namely, solar photovoltaic power, wind power, and lithium-ion battery energy storage (SWB).  Adoption of SWB is growing exponentially worldwide, and with the right choices many regions can achieve 100% clean electricity as soon as 2030. “Solar and wind potential is far higher than that of fossil fuels and can meet global energy Read More ...