Tessa Tinkler, Eo Hanabusa, Emily Young, Darbi Berry, and Connelly Meschen
Leading Climate & Environmental Action in the San Diego Region presents the state of environment-focused nonprofits in the San Diego region and their legacies that position them to continue impactful climate action. Findings in this report are synthesized from quarterly public opinion pollings (San Diego Residents Survey), surveys of 30 local environmental nonprofit leaders (Nonprofit Leaders Survey), the latest nonprofit data from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and data on foundation grants awarded to local nonprofits (Candid). The environmental nonprofit sector in the San Diego region is relatively small, but it has worked on the frontlines for many years to strengthen the region’s resilience to climate change through various programmatic focuses. The ongoing climatic threats to the region’s environment and vulnerable populations, concerns of the community, and insights from environmental nonprofit leaders highlight a crucial gap in funding and capacity-building that must be addressed in order to better position the region to meet community needs and protect the quality of life of the San Diego region.
2019 Collaborative Species and Habitat Conservation Efforts in San Diego County: A Systematic Needs Assessment to Guide the San Diego End Extinction Initiative
Tessa Tinkler, Michelle Ahearne, and Mary Jo Schumann
This report, prepared by the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research documents the results of a systematic needs assessment prepared for the San Diego End Extinction (SDEE) initiative. The needs assessment was designed to assist SDEE to align its goals and priorities with San Diego County’s existing strengths and gaps in order to proactively prevent the loss of native plants and animals.
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