The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is discussing the future of the county, including the potential for growth and the need for infrastructure. They also discuss the need for a change in government, citing the many problems with the current system. The board is working on a framework to guide local governments in reducing emissions, and they are working on an implementation playbook to guide implementation of the framework.
The video discusses the various proposals related to climate change and sustainability that were presented at the San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting. The citizens who spoke at the meeting were mostly in favor of the proposals, citing the environmental and economic benefits of carbon farming and ranching.
The 8-31-2022 San Diego County Board of Supervisors Meeting will discuss various ways to reduce emissions and improve air quality, including the development of pilot programs to test different strategies and the creation of incentives for businesses to switch to electric vehicles.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors is considering a new ordinance that would allow for the composting of food waste. Some members of the public are concerned that the ordinance is too voluntary and may lead to job losses, but others argue that it is a necessary step in transitioning the county to a more sustainable model of waste management.