Education is at the heart of the park's initiatives to reduce our own and our visitors' carbon footprint. The park has a unique position to reach millions of visitors and educate the public about climate change and the need to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.
It starts with Golden Gate's rangers, Public Affairs Division and other staff, as well as our partners and volunteers. We are educating ourselves with relevant and accurate information and then helping our visitors understand the threats and solutions through public outreach.
Here's our commitment:
Check out the sea level rise exhibit installed at Rodeo Beach.
Golden Gate is a founding member of the Bay Area Climate Literacy Impact Collaborative (BayCLIC), a consortium of over thirty environmental education institutions working in partnership to make the San Francisco Bay Area the leader in climate education and action. BayCLIC is supported by our partner the Institute at the Golden Gate.
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Last updated: February 22, 2019