Energy Action Month may be over, but attendees of the Balboa Park Sustainability Program’s annual Sustainability Expo at the Japanese Friendship Garden will see the savings from their new LED light bulbs for years. TechniArt sold 889 Products (270 LED 3 packs, 72 LED down lights and 7 low flow showerheads). Staff and community members will see savings of $104,878 over the life of the bulbs!
We are proud to present the 2014 Balboa Park Sustainability Awards at this year's Partners' Breakfast! These awards recognize and honor Balboa Park institutions that have completed innovative sustainability projects. The following projects are this year's finalists. Congratulations!
Finalist: Friends of Balboa Park
Project: Water Mapping and Specialized Water Controllers
Meetings made possible thanks to support from San Diego Gas & Electric and participation by our member institutions.
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The BPCP Sustainability Partners' Breakfast is an event that brings together San Diego community and Park partners to build awareness on current sustainability and energy issues and to recognize BPCP members for their outstanding work in the field of sustainability. Registration and breakfast open at 8:30 a.m.
Written By: Kelly Hagarty
The Museum of Photographic Arts recently remodeled its Joan and Irwin Jacobs Theater. Although theatergoers will be excited to experience the new state-of-the-art projector donated by Christie Digital and Las Patronas, it is the sustainability features that have the Balboa Park Sustainability Program delighted. When redesigning the updated theater, MOPA chose to use products and companies that have a lower impact on the environment.
The BPCP Sustainability Showcase and Expo is an annual event that brings together San Diego community and Park stakeholders to build awareness on current sustainability issues. Through multiple channels of participation and networking, attendees make connections of how these issues are being addressed in Balboa Park.
This event is open and free to the public. A sustainable lunch will be available for purchase by Urban Eats!