Transportation

Elyse Lowe

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Elyse Lowe

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Deputy Executive Director - Circulate San Diego

A native San Diegan, Elyse Lowe studied environmental studies and earth science, with an emphasis on policy and planning, at UC Santa Cruz. Elyse started her career with the City of San Diego’s Environmental Services Department managing citywide recycling programs. She then worked in the City’s Financial Management Department as a Budget Analyst. ... Read more about Elyse Lowe

Craig Jones

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Craig Jones

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Chief Operating Officer – Interfaith Community Services

In his work career Craig has been a city planner for several California cities, and has also worked at United Way of San Diego. Craig continues to volunteer his private time for community needs including transportation system improvement, quality of life in his own neighborhood, and peace/social justice initiatives. ... Read more about Craig Jones

Alan Hoffman

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Alan Hoffman

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Mission Consult

 

 

He has consulted on a wide range of transit, parking, and urban redevelopment studies and has contributed to regional long-term planning in cities around the world, in addition to serving as a frequent workshop and conference speaker on transit markets, planning, and transit-oriented development. A former professor of management at the INCAE Business School in Central America, Mr. Hoffman has also consulted to the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the US Agency for International Development. ... Read more about Alan Hoffman

Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

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Cameron Bernhardt

For the past decade, the concept of “sustainability” has dominated climate change conversation around the world. Sustainable development, which aims to meet present needs without sacrificing future well-being, has been an appropriate focus toward the threats that climate change and natural resource depletion pose to our society. However, sustainability is not strong enough, or resilient enough, to stand alone. Global climate change is no longer an event to anticipate and plan for; it is a reality that challenges us today. ... Read more about Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

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Cameron Bernhardt, Erin Johnson, Byron To, Vincent Tong

A PDF of the presentation on "Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities," created and presented by Cameron Bernhardt, Erin Johnson, Byron To, and Vincent Tong for the Global Energy Network Institute (GENI). ... Read more about Resilient San Diego and a Platform for Other Cities

Resilient Cities Week 06: Building Resilient Transportation and Transit

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Resilient Cities Team

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Transportation to Work: San Diego County, 2009

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http://www.equinoxcenter.org/assets/images/Indicators/Indicator%20JPEGs/Transportation%20to%20Work.jpg

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"San Diego is dominated by automobile usage as a result of our increasing population, suburban lifestyles, and land use decisions dating back to the early 20th century. For example, only 3% of our workforce commutes to work using public transportation (ranking 33rd out of 50 cities). 76% of San Diegans drive to work alone; 10% carpool, leading to one of the highest congestion rankings in the country (41 of the 50 largest cities)." - Equinox Center ... Read more about Transportation to Work: San Diego County, 2009

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Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector, 1990-2010

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http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/science/indicators/ghg/global-ghg-emissions.html

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"This figure shows worldwide greenhouse gas emissions by sector from 1990 to 2010. For consistency, emissions are expressed in million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents. These totals include emissions and sinks due to land-use change and forestry. ... Read more about Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector, 1990-2010

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