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Post date: Mar 21, 17
Report provides a resource for jurisdictions struggling with policies and ordinances to cut use of polystyrene containers and make a positive environmental impact

 

Restaurants and retail food vendors can switch from plastic foam food and beverage containers to more environmentally friendly products without incurring a substantial financial burden for their businesses or customers, according to a new report by the Equinox Project at the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE).

Post date: Dec 08, 16

In November, The San Diego Foundation awarded $410,522 in grants to eight innovative public-private partnerships and nonprofit programs focused on water resilience and developing smart cities prepared for the impacts of climate change in the San Diego region.

The grants assist with the development and implementation of regional and local government action plans and address climate change through research, strategic investments and collaborations so communities enjoy cleaner air and water – and a healthier and safer region.

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Research Report Provides Comprehensive Roadmap for Eliminating Plastic Foam Food Packaging

Report provides a resource for jurisdictions struggling with policies and ordinances to cut use of polystyrene containers and make a positive environmental impact

 

Restaurants and retail food vendors can switch from plastic foam food and beverage containers to more environmentally friendly products without incurring a substantial financial burden for their businesses or customers, according to a new report by the Equinox Project at the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE).

Chuck Colgan
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CSE’s Equinox Project Joins The San Diego Foundation’s Initiative to Protect Regional Water Resources and Address Climate Change

In November, The San Diego Foundation awarded $410,522 in grants to eight innovative public-private partnerships and nonprofit programs focused on water resilience and developing smart cities prepared for the impacts of climate change in the San Diego region.

The grants assist with the development and implementation of regional and local government action plans and address climate change through research, strategic investments and collaborations so communities enjoy cleaner air and water – and a healthier and safer region.

Chuck Colgan

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