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Adieu to 30 Days of Blue

The 30 Days of Blue special birthday celebration for San Diego International Airport (SDIA) comes to an end today. The airport turned 80 years old last month and kicked off 30 Days of Blue with a free community festival, the SAn Skyfaire, at Liberty Station on August 16. Over 1,200 people came out to enjoy the day. Here’s a nice collage of the event, assembled by our summer intern, Jennifer (now back at college).

A focus of the celebration has been an issue of paramount importance in our region and the world: sustainability. The Ambassablog got involved with special video post by Ambassablogger Sjohnna on what the airport is doing to protect the endangered California Least Tern at SDIA, as well as a post called More about EONS by Ambassablogger Ed.

And for each of the last 30 days, the airport has posted on its Web site a useful sustainability tip you can put in practice in your everyday life, as well as an important sustainability measure under way at the airport.

30 Days of Blue may have lasted just a month, but with a renewed and continual commitment to sustainability by by all of us, perhaps its important message can last indefinitely.


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