DONATE
Indicators | SSMC

Posts Categorized: Indicators

Key Indicator 2019 Climate Change: How do we respond?

Posted & filed under Indicators.

Climate change will impact the socio-economic viability of every community while also affecting infrastructure, built systems, social aspects and public health. Extreme and rapid changes in temperature, precipitation, and sea level are certain to impact health, natural resources, coastal ecology, transportation, energy infrastructure, and food and water security. In 2018, Sustainable San Mateo County’s Annual…
Read More

No comments yet

A Brief Guide to the Indicators Report

Posted & filed under Indicators.

What gets measured, gets managed For those new to the SSMC Indicators Report or just seeking a refresher, this extensive examination of our County’s economy, environment, and overall well-being, provides critical independent statistics and summarized insights on the most pressing regional issues. With rolling coverage of 12 categories — including education, energy, healthcare, and housing…
Read More

1 comment

Full house for Housing & Transportation Solutions Discussion at Spring Indicators Launch

Posted & filed under Events, Indicators.

Housing and transportation are two of the largest household expenses, and we had a full house at our Indicators Report Launch event centered on housing and transportation solutions. We shared our newest research and welcomed an expert panel representing local government, businesses, and advocacy groups. Speakers shared ideas to bring communities to together to collaborate…
Read More

No comments yet

2015 Key Indicator: Water

Posted & filed under Indicators, Nathan's Blog.

This year our key indicator is water. That means we will be highlighting ongoing issues about conservation efforts, water supply, and how we assess our water usage levels throughout the year. Water is required in many aspects of our daily life – everybody is affected. Climate change is changing our traditional weather patterns. We are…
Read More

No comments yet