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10 Things We All Can Do To Help Mitigate Climate Change In San Diego

10 Things We All Can Do To Help Mitigate Climate Change In Our Own Backyard

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Amber Pairis, director, Climate Science Alliance

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A poster from the Climate Science Alliance with 10 things everyone can do to help mitigate climate change in San Diego.

News about climate change can make people feel helpless. But there are researchers in San Diego working on ways for communities to mitigate the effects of climate change in their own backyards.

The Climate Science Alliance in partnership with Scripps Institution of Oceanography has just published a pocket guide with 10 things we all can do to help take the pressure off wildlife and the natural landscape around us.

Amber Pairis, director of the Climate Science Alliance, joins Midday Edition Wednesday.

The Climate Science Alliance pocket guides will be available at all 36 branches of the San Diego library system in October.

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