In September, 2014 San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer released his draft of the San Diego Climate Action Plan (CAP). The CAP aims to benefit both San Diego’s environment and its economy by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, creating new jobs and improving San Diego’s quality of life.
At our December STAY COOL meeting, we will discuss the answers to these questions and more. We’ll hear from Nancy Bragado, the Deputy Planning Director with the City of San Diego. She’ll share with us details of the latest CAP draft and the projected emissions reduction targets. We’ll learn how the plan will improve public health, reduce waste, encourage transit use, enhance water quality and increase local, renewable energy supply.
Nancy is currently overseeing the City’s Long-Range Planning Division, with responsibilities including community plan updates, transit-oriented development master plans, multi-modal mobility studies and plans, preparation of a new Climate Action Plan, and ongoing General Plan implementation. She has over 25 years of planning experience including managing the City’s General Plan Update.
Our supporting speaker is Gail Welch, Senior Sustainability Manager with Qualcomm. Qualcomm is known for its leadership on sustainability, with many honors received for their Gold-LEED campus site. We’ll hear how Qualcomm’s Corporate Sustainability Program has established itself as a role model and is encouraging other companies to follow suit.
This STAY COOL meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 9, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Del Mar. The event is free and beverages & heavy appetizers will be provided. RSVP to email@example.com for more details and for directions to the event.
Attendees can participate in the City of San Diego CAP adoption process – at this STAY COOL meeting, you’ll learn when and how to participate. We hope to see you on December 9th!