To create Sustainable Future for the people San Diego County.
Ethical Integrity: More than just honesty, this
value includes transparency, accountability, and credibility. If
you want to make a sustainable living then you need to make all
decisions as a long term member of the community.
Interdependence: recognizing that "no man is an
island", every individual should still strive to be self
sufficient, and work cooperatively to maximize their potential.
This means conserving energy, and producing more than you
Dialog: Open communication means information is
public, and flows in all directions. The leaders of this
Sustainable Future social network will not censor speech on this
site, as long as it is relevant and meets 'Family Friendly'
standards. Please, don't use this site for Spam. (commercial
information and advertising standards are evolving).
- Sort Term: Currently we are working to inform San
Diegans about AB-811 and the P.A.C.E. Programs (Property Assessed
Clean Energy) now becoming available to them. Both the City of San
Diego's Clean Generation program and the County of San Diego's
'California First' Options are beginning to roll out, and we want
to maximize the benefits of these programs for individuals and the
- Mid Term: Over the next few years, Sustainable Future in
San Diego will bring you news and interviews with local business
and community leaders to educate our local communities about the
Green Revolution. This is a very exciting time, and as new
opportunities arise we want to be there to help you find solutions
to your energy needs.
- Long Term: As we move into a new economy, San Diego will
change and we want to become the most trustworthy source of
reliable information about everything Sustainable in our collective
- Purpose: The purpose of this community based
communications network is supply GREEN information and public
education to the people of San Diego.
Listen to our Podcast about the future of San Diego, we focuses
upon Renewable Energy Technologies, and our shared environment,
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