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C-3's Balboa Park Centennial Breakfast Dialogue Series: A Century of Conserving San Diego's Natural Environment

  • Thursday, December 04, 2014
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PST)
  • Balboa Park ~ The Prado Restaurant ~ Main Ballroom

Registration

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C-3's Balboa Park Centennial Breakfast Dialogue Series: 

A Century of Conserving San Diego's Natural Environment

 

Major plans and events that preserved and enhanced the environment of San Diego

 

Six topics detailed in words and pictures by six distinguished speakers PechaKucha style*

 

PechaKucha is a staging style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total) and is presented by multiple speakers.

 

 In honor of the Balboa Park Centennial, C-3 is presenting a year-long series of Breakfast Dialogues on ideas and initiatives that will shape San Diego’s next 100 years built on the six pillars in Sustainable Paradise: The environment, communities, economic prosperity, international region, sustainable life and social systems. 

 

The “Archtober” program kicked off this series with a look back at the evolution of the built environment.  This program will look at the history of conservation and enhancement of the natural environment, and envision future opportunities.

 

Hosted by Michael Beck,

San Diego Director, Endangered Habitats League

 and San Diego County Planning Commissioner

 

  • Habitat Conservation Programs:  Michael Beck on the  region’s highly successful program of multi-species habitat conservation, how it came about and what remains to be done to preserve and expand it.

 

  • Rivers and Riverparks: Diane Coombs on efforts to restore and enhance the San Diego region's river corridors, and to develop the river parks.

 

  • Parks:  Vicki Estrada on the development of major area parks and preservation of recreational open spaces.

 

  • Canyons:  TBD on preservation and restoration of the vast network of urban canyons running through our  communities, and the opportunities they provide for conservation, recreation and community connection.

  

  • Mission Trails:  Former Mayor Dick Murphy on the community-led efforts to preserve and enhance this major regional environmental and recreational resource.

 

  • Mission Bay: Judy Swink on the history and development of San Diego’s “other bay” and one of the area’s most appreciated coastal resources.

 

 

Following these presentations our speakers will engage in an open forum discussing how these resources, among others, will impact San Diego‘s environmental future.

 

 

 

2014 Breakfast Dialogue Sustainability Partner:



1805 Newton Ave., Suite A

San Diego, CA 92113

 

MAIL TO: 

2127 Olympic Parkway, Suite 1006

PMB #273

Chula Vista, CA 91915


858.633.3860

C3sandiego@sbcglobal.net


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