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!
On August 28, 2014, in partnership with REXEL, BPCP will include a first-ever Sustainability Fundraiser Dinner to help leverage sustainability projects within Balboa Park’s institutions. Contact Jessica.Rinaman@bpcp.org if you would like to participate in the Fundraiser Dinner.
Meeting of community sustainability experts, Park stakeholders and government representatives interested in promoting sustainability throughout Balboa Park.
Monthly meeting of Balboa Park staff interested in promoting sustainability throughout Balboa Park.
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Casa del Prado, House of Charm, and Casa de Balboa are LEED-ing the way to a sustainable future for Balboa Park! July marks the end of the LEED Performance Period for these institutions. The next three months will be focused on documentation and wrapping up outstanding items.
SDG&E recognized 10 local business customers at the 9th Annual Energy Showcase as Energy Champions for their outstanding results in energy efficiency and conservation last month. BPCP was proud to be recognized with this honor last year and excited to see our Local Government Partner, City of Chula Vista win within the Government sector this year!
The following Energy Champion award winners were named during the May event:
Biomimicry follows Life’s Principles. Life’s Principles instruct us to: build from the bottom up, self-assemble, optimize rather than maximize, use free energy, cross-pollinate, embrace diversity, adapt and evolve, use life-friendly materials and processes, engage in symbiotic relationships, and enhance the bio-sphere. By following the principles life uses, you can create products and processes that are well adapted to life on earth.