Climate Education Partners

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2050 Report CoverRead our NEW San Diego 2050 Report here!

Our latest report (PDF, 4.9MB) is meant to provide those who live, do business and govern in our region with up-to-date scientific understanding of how the impacts of climate change are likely to affect our region and how regional leaders are already responding to those impacts.

For more information, visit our 2050 website and download the report in English or Spanish.

Climate Education Partners, San Diego Region, For San Diego's Future

We believe San Diego's natural beauty, ideal weather, and high quality of life deserved to be protected. We hope future generations will enjoy the San Diego we know and love. We also know changes in our climate threaten our region.  

To address this challenge, a collaboration of professors, scientists, researchers, educators, communications professionals, and community leaders has come together to form Climate Education Partners. Our aim is provide the best locally relevant climate science so regional leaders can make informed decisions about San Diego's future.

Join us as we bring local science to San Diego leaders and safeguard our region's quality of life.

University of San Diego     Scripps Institution of OceanographyCalifornia State University San Marcos

UCSF logo     The San Diego Foundation     The Steve Alexander Group     

National Science FoundationThis project is funded by theNational Science Foundation (NSF) under award numbers ANT-1043435 and DUE-1239797. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation