Fall Interns at Cool Davis: Nayelie and Amy
Nayelie Quezada is an environmental outreach and community development intern at Cool Davis. She is an undergraduate student at UC Davis majoring in Community and Regional Development major and minoring in Environmental Science and Policy. And upon graduation from UC Davis, Nayelie would like to pursue a graduate degree in urban planning and sustainable development. During her free time, Nayelie likes to watch cook-off videos, enjoy good food, and hike! Nayelie will be working on EV adoption content with the goal of shaping our community to be more sustainable and eco-friendly. Working as an intern here at Cool Davis, she hopes to gain practical knowledge in environmental-friendly city development.
Amy Joo is a third year undergraduate student at UC Davis who currently interns at Cool Davis as the environmental outreach writing intern. She is originally from Southern California, Orange County, but decided to pursue a higher education at Davis. Amy in interested in joining a science journalism graduate program post undergrad. As an Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity major and a professional writing minor bridge between science and writing and being able to represent science through writing.
Amy was interested in Cool Davis because it was a community oriented nonprofit organization that was completely non-judgmental towards community members yet keeps informing the community on how to take action. Amy will work alongside with Leslie on the Solar Energy project and the means of communication/media Cool Davis engages in.
Besides working towards her bachelor’s degree, interning at Cool Davis, and volunteering; Amy enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, reading, biking, swimming, and watching Lifestyle Youtube videos.
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Davis neighbors this is a super opportunity! Learn about improving personal and community resiliency! Sep 26 · Driving on Sunshine: Solar, Batteries, and Electric Vehicles - Nextdoor https://nextdoor.com/events/3712922?init_source=twitter_share
In 2010, Davis became first city in CA to commit to carbon neutrality. We can proudly say that we have joined together with hundreds of volunteers to assist thousands of residents to to achieve that goal. Celebrate, then make a plan for your next steps. http://www.cooldavis.org/cool-solutions
Driving on Sunshine plans sparking! 2 local webinars, at least 12 home video tours, and scores of national-level FREE opportunities. Incentives for solar, batteries, and used and new electric vehicles still substantial! @DavisCity @VCleanEnergy @sacev
Driving on Sunshine Week: Program and Resources - Cool Davis
Driving on Sunshine Program and Videos Sept 26th - Oct 4th, 2020 ONLINE and FREE
By the 2040 to 2070 period, the Sacramento Region will experience as many as 24 to 35 extreme heat days per year, up from 3-4 days historically. We are already seeing record heat waves this year. @cap_climate UHI mitigation report shares solutions: https://bit.ly/31U1jb4
Although anyone can suffer from heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others. Check regularly on:
-Infants & children
-Ppl aged 65 or older
-Ppl who have a mental illness
-Ppl who are physically ill, especially w/heart disease or ⬆️ blood pressure