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Flaws in Forecasting San Diego’s Water Demand

For the last 40 years, state and local water agencies have preached water conservation to Californians. They created drought-tolerant demonstration gardens, funded low-flow toilet replacements, subsidized artificial turf installations, supported high-efficiency plumbing fixtures and appliance requirements, ran school education and public information campaigns, and much more.

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One Step Closer to Clean Water

Amidst busy beaches, rising temperatures, and drought concerns, the City of San Diego’s Environment Committee shows signs of support for a future stormwater infrastructure ballot measure.

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San Diego stormwater infrastructure failures, flooding, sinkholes, beach closures and advisories

Invest in Clean Water and Climate Resilience

On Thursday, July 15 at 1 p.m., the Stormwater Department will update the City’s Environment Committee on the results of new public polling and support for its strategy to fund and rebuild our failing stormwater systems. We need you to provide public comment in support of improving our critical water infrastructure.

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Marston Middle School science communication workshop 2019

Sixth-graders Against Microplastic Pollution

During the 2020-2021 school year, sixth-grade students from Marston Middle School participated in Project SWELL. Project SWELL is an innovative environmental education program that connects San Diego students to local water issues and climate science and empowers them to take an active role in protecting the environment.

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San Diego stormwater system, storm drain

Use Your Voice to Advocate for Clean Water

Clean Water and Civic Engagement Each year, the San Diego City Council outlines priorities and a supporting budget. This period is an opportunity for San Diegans to take part in the democratic process. To ensure …

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Holiday Gifts That Give Back to Our Waters

Make a Difference For Our Waters This Holiday Season Here at San Diego Coastkeeper, we’re proud to partner with a handful of local and sustainably-minded companies that are dedicated to giving back to our environment …

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Call to Action: Oppose Industrial Aquaculture off the San Diego Coast

Call to Action: Oppose destructive industrial fish farming off San Diego’s coast San Diego Coastkeeper and our allies urgently need your help speaking out against a massive pollution-spewing industrial fish farm currently proposed for federal …

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Meet the pipeline project that wants to chew up San Diego’s backcountry

THE RCS RAISES ITS UGLY HEAD San Diego Coastkeeper has a long history of advocating for San Diego to have a sustainable, climate-smart water supply that doesn’t further exacerbate the climate crisis or degrade our …

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What Exactly is a Red Tide?

Coastkeeper Science Advisor Jim Perry sheds some light on a phenomenon occurring up and down the Southern California coast. Jim is the director of the cardiac electrophysiology and adult congenital heart programs at Rady Children’s Hospital, and …

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Becoming an armchair activist

Coastkeeper and advocacy Part of the important work we do here at San Diego Coastkeeper is ensuring the individuals and entities responsible for protecting public and environmental health are doing their jobs to safeguard our …

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Water fountains in front of San Diego County building

Flaws in Forecasting San Diego’s Water Demand

For the last 40 years, state and local water agencies have preached water conservation to Californians. They created drought-tolerant demonstration gardens, funded low-flow toilet replacements, subsidized artificial turf installations, supported high-efficiency plumbing fixtures and appliance requirements, ran school education and public information campaigns, and much more.

Read More
July-Blog-Header-2-scaled

One Step Closer to Clean Water

Amidst busy beaches, rising temperatures, and drought concerns, the City of San Diego’s Environment Committee shows signs of support for a future stormwater infrastructure ballot measure.

Read More
San Diego stormwater infrastructure failures, flooding, sinkholes, beach closures and advisories

Invest in Clean Water and Climate Resilience

On Thursday, July 15 at 1 p.m., the Stormwater Department will update the City’s Environment Committee on the results of new public polling and support for its strategy to fund and rebuild our failing stormwater systems. We need you to provide public comment in support of improving our critical water infrastructure.

Read More
Marston Middle School science communication workshop 2019

Sixth-graders Against Microplastic Pollution

During the 2020-2021 school year, sixth-grade students from Marston Middle School participated in Project SWELL. Project SWELL is an innovative environmental education program that connects San Diego students to local water issues and climate science and empowers them to take an active role in protecting the environment.

Read More
San Diego stormwater system, storm drain

Use Your Voice to Advocate for Clean Water

Clean Water and Civic Engagement Each year, the San Diego City Council outlines priorities and a supporting budget. This period is an opportunity for San Diegans to take part in the democratic process. To ensure …

Read More

Holiday Gifts That Give Back to Our Waters

Make a Difference For Our Waters This Holiday Season Here at San Diego Coastkeeper, we’re proud to partner with a handful of local and sustainably-minded companies that are dedicated to giving back to our environment …

Read More

Call to Action: Oppose Industrial Aquaculture off the San Diego Coast

Call to Action: Oppose destructive industrial fish farming off San Diego’s coast San Diego Coastkeeper and our allies urgently need your help speaking out against a massive pollution-spewing industrial fish farm currently proposed for federal …

Read More
Mount Laguna 700p

Meet the pipeline project that wants to chew up San Diego’s backcountry

THE RCS RAISES ITS UGLY HEAD San Diego Coastkeeper has a long history of advocating for San Diego to have a sustainable, climate-smart water supply that doesn’t further exacerbate the climate crisis or degrade our …

Read More

What Exactly is a Red Tide?

Coastkeeper Science Advisor Jim Perry sheds some light on a phenomenon occurring up and down the Southern California coast. Jim is the director of the cardiac electrophysiology and adult congenital heart programs at Rady Children’s Hospital, and …

Read More

Becoming an armchair activist

Coastkeeper and advocacy Part of the important work we do here at San Diego Coastkeeper is ensuring the individuals and entities responsible for protecting public and environmental health are doing their jobs to safeguard our …

Read More