Join us at 2pm on October 28th via sandiegonaacp.org/climate-health-zoom for a discussion of the public health effects of climate change. Register Register on Eventbrite Zoom Requirements For the safety of all attendees, we require the following from participants in our meetings: Have a (paid or) free Zoom account and log in to it before attending […]
2020 was one of the worst wildfire seasons in history and now 2021 is shaping up to be even worse. Climate change has drastically altered forest health and requires bold new strategies for conservation and sustainable management. The production of renewable gases from forest biomass presents both a means of reducing fuel load and providing much needed resources for more sustainable forest management.
There is an opportunity for up to ten people to receive a $600 stipend for encouraging neighbors to plant free trees.
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