Tag Archives: California

Feeding the Future: Sustainable Food for People and Planet

Missed the first webinar in our new Feeding the Future series? We’ve got you covered with highlights and a full recording of the event. CEO Ashley Boren kicked off the event by discussing our global food system, the unique role California plays and the key factors of a sustainable and climate-friendly food system. Agriculture accounts…

Newsom Administration Makes Sustainable Water Management a Top Priority

The Newsom Administration’s draft Water Resilience Portfolio was released in January, and a wide variety of stakeholders submitted comments based on the Portfolio’s importance to our collective water future. From clean to affordable to enough water for all Californians, the Administration has made sustainable water management a top priority. Sustainable Conservation couldn’t be more pleased…

Watershed Moment for Newsom Administration

There’s no denying the challenges facing California’s new governor. Punctuating Gavin Newsom’s January swearing-in was a chorus of critical issues calling for immediate action. Issues like affordable housing, immigration, healthcare, wildfires, climate change, education. He’ll need to juggle these skillfully while keeping the world’s fifth largest economy humming in the face of a slump experts…

A Conversation with Sally Liu

Environmental Engineer, Rock Enthusiast and Sustainability Advocate

  In honor of Sustainable Conservation’s 25th anniversary, we are celebrating the thoughts and perspectives of people that have supported us along the way. Our first profile features Sally Liu, self-described “nature girl” and Advisory Board member, who has known and been involved with us since the early days of our Brake Pad Partnership. We’re…

More Profiles in Conservation

Farms and Fish: A Dooley Family Tradition

Sustainable Conservation: A Quarter-Century Strong

25th Anniversary: Eric Lee

A Conversation with Suds Jain

25th Anniversary: Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company