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About Nathan Nunez

Nathan Nunez, CEO and founder of Nunez & Nunez Consulting Services, Inc. started his speaking career at the local Rotary Club in the City of Azusa in 2017. In the last five years, Nathan has exponentially grown his experience, refined his communication skills, and is comfortable with crowd sizes of several hundred. 

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Trash heaps and wild parties: Blight invades a beloved L.A. escape

Our advocacy for a better future for the San Gabriel Mountains. This article was initiated from one of our cleanup efforts in the East of the San Gabriel River.

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San Gabriel Mountains are getting trashed. This group wants to change that

Thankful to KCRW "Greater LA" Host Steve Chiotakis for having me on his show and discussing our advocacy and boots on the ground work in the San Gabriel Mountains

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Being in Community & Being in Nature: Honoring Native American Heritage

From the San Gabriel Mountains to the San Gabriel River to the Pacific Ocean. From the Santa Susana Mountains to the Los Angeles River to the Pacific Ocean. Our largest rivers in LA County are interconnected and form a critical need for our communities. Imagine a future of green space, water flow, and connection to LA's lifeline.

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New luxury L.A. hillside development in severe fire danger zone brings protests. ‘Just not safe’

Nathan and his father Kevin Nunez have supported the advocacy campaign for the "No Canyon Hills" movement since early 2023. 

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Open Space Fight: Luxury homes v. cougars in Sunland-Tujunga

"We are all connected to the land" influencing us in many ways and that is why we continue to advocate for it. So generations to come will be able to realize and enjoy its many benefits.

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Azusa Foothills Open Space Stewardship Plan

Thankful to have worked with Jane Tsong and the Watershed Conservation Authority (WCA) on the Azusa Foothills Stewardship plan as an advisor and workshop facilitator.

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Friends of the LA River (FOLAR) Riverfest 2023

Nathan Nunez, an invited speaker, at the Inaugural Convening of the Climate & Wildfire Institute at UCLA. 

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San Gabriel Mountains Cultural Heritage & Stewardship

"We are all connected to the land" influencing us in many ways and that is why we continue to advocate for it. So generations to come will be able to realize and enjoy its many benefits.

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Climate & Wildfire Institute | Inaugural Convening

Thankful to have worked with Jane Tsong and the Watershed Conservation Authority (WCA) on the Azusa Foothills Stewardship plan as an advisor and workshop facilitator.

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Environmental Impact: How You Can Help

During my freshman year of college at Azusa Pacific University (APU) I was offered an extra credit assignment by a wonderful professor and present Dean, Dr. Louise Huang. From city meetings, to elevator pitches, to student organizing saw the eventual formation of the Canyon City Environmental Project (CCEP).

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Environmental Impact: How You Can Help

During my freshman year of college at Azusa Pacific University (APU) I was offered an extra credit assignment by a wonderful professor and present Dean, Dr. Louise Huang. From city meetings, to elevator pitches, to student organizing saw the eventual formation of the Canyon City Environmental Project (CCEP).

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APU Students Share Passion for the Environment with Azusa Community

Founded as a volunteer cleanup group at Azusa Pacific University by Nathan Nunez. Canyon City Environmental Project (CCEP) has been a catalyst for change by bringing together diverse backgrounds to partake in the humbling work of picking up trash and caring for the land.

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