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Climate & Energy Services The impacts of climate change are becoming more and more visible in the Sierra Nevada with more frequent rain on snow

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Fire Reduction, Response, and Restoration Careers

Skilled workers are the linchpin to addressing the economic and climate crises in California’s forested, rural communities. Building the forestry and fire-safety sectors could contribute approximately $39 billion in forestry-products and fire-resiliency industries and add 177,000 jobs to the California workforce.

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Communicating Climate Risk in Rural Regions

This conversation explored catalysts that drive climate adaptation successes in rural California, including legislative incentives, the economic and cost-saving benefits of proactive climate action, and the urgency of unprecedented climate crises such as wildfires.

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Outlook Regional Workshops

Sierra Business Council’s Sierra Nevada Energy Watch (SNEW) program is hosting four regional Climate and Energy Outlooks, to share climate projections and related energy impacts for each county in its service territory.

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From Climate Change to Climate Emergency

Over the last few years, climate scientists have noticed that the extreme events originally projected for future decades are happening now. These recent extreme events have changed language in the field from climate change to climate emergency, and the difference isn’t just semantics—it is the rate and volume at which they occur.

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Regional Reflections and Opportunities Ahead

To close out the year, Sierra Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Partnership (CAMP) held its last member meeting open to the public as a way to not only reflect upon itself in traditional end-of-year fashion, but build a stronger vision for the year ahead. Steve Frisch, SBC President, gave a fantastic overview of information and member highlights from the past year.

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Green Business Network

California Green Business NetworK Sierra Business Council hosts the California Green Business Network (CAGBN) – Sierra Chapter, a network of forward thinking local businesses on a

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How has SBC responded to the Sierra’s greatest challenge?

Wildfire is the apex issue in our region, impacting the environment, economies, and public health of the Sierra. The severity of this problem is addressed by each of SBC’s three focus areas—our climate action, regional advocacy, and economic empowerment teams are each working on solutions that tackle the many challenges presented by severe wildfires. 

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