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CEC is committed to creating a more resilient and just region in the face of climate change. Through our work with the Central Coast Climate Justice Network and elsewhere, our vision includes an end to racial injustices and their resulting environmental inequities.

The Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival brought people of all backgrounds together to celebrate our earth, sustainability, and the community. Throughout the weekend, festival goers were asked two questions as part of the Earth Day Network’s “Face of Climate” campaign. Saturday’s question got people thinking about the issues that worry them most about the environment. Sunday’s question uncovered the positive components that give people hope for Mother Nature. Bill Nye respnded with “Raise the standard of living for women through education and reduce the human population. Provide energy and clean water for everyone by engineering. Control the climate of the whole world by working together”.

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Saturday: What concerns you about climate change?
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Sunday: What gives you hope for the Earth?
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