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Climate Action Coordinator

City of Santa Cruz
809 Center Street Room 102
Santa Cruz , California 95060
United States

Company Description: Official website of the City of Santa Cruz, California

Employment History


  • masters degree , Coastal Marine Science
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"We are honored to receive this ..., 21 Jan 2015 [cached]
"We are honored to receive this recognition," said Ross Clark, Climate Change Action Coordinator with the City of Santa Cruz.
Blue Sky Energy Inc. | BSE Solar Equipment Donation Drives Santa Cruz Emissions Reduction, 22 May 2012 [cached]
"These ideas will spur students to take initial findings and defined needs and apply them to new business models, said City Environmental Coordinator Ross Clark, and Blue Sky Energy's equipment donation has been vital in the success of the Greenwharf project, helping us achieve our goals and set the stage for additional research projects over time."
City of Santa Cruz: Environmental Coordinator, Ross Clark, 831-420-5113
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'Save the Children should be ashamed ..., 1 Sept 2012 [cached]
'Save the Children should be ashamed of this propaganda,' said Ross Clark at the Times, who insisted that the charity's campaign is 'political'. 'Save the Children has evolved from an aid charity into a political pressure group against cuts.'
Ross ..., 6 Sept 2012 [cached]
Ross Clark
Ross Clark
Ross Clark is a journalist who has written extensively for the Times of London, the Sunday Telegraph, the Mail on Sunday, and The Spectator. He is the author of How to Label a Goat: The Silly Rules and Regulations That Are Strangling Britain and The Great Before, a satire on the anti-globalization movement.
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Ross Clark, an environmental scientist for the local office of the California Coastal Commission, will work part time as Santa Cruz's first ever climate change coordinator.
"I came to the conclusion a year ago that climate change is one of the most important environmental issues to be tackling," Clark said.
Planning Director Greg Larson said Clark was chosen from 28 applicants because of his "strong scientific background" and extensive knowledge of coastal and river issues.
Kaitilin Gaffney of the Ocean Conservancy and a former Santa Cruz planning commissioner, believes Clark is "an excellent choice."
"He's very capable of pulling together the puzzle pieces of science, public policy and community input necessary to come up with an effective plan," she said.
At the Coastal Commission, Clark is a principal investigator responsible for water quality and wetland restoration program development. He works on projects designed to expand the state's capacity to improve water quality and wetland habitat.
Clark, who drives a Honda CRV, has lived in Santa Cruz for eight years with his wife and two young daughters. He'll split his time between the Coastal Commission and the city. He begins Nov. 4.
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