The climate change mitigation strategies outlined in this report were created through the partnership between National City and the SDSU Sage Project during the fall of 2014. Graduate students in the Public Health 700D course, Global Climate Change, taught by Professor Zohir Chowdhury, elected one of two project options: designing a pedestrian and bicycle master plan or devising strategies to aid in environmental impact and mitigation from port, industry, and transportation emissions. The goal of both of these projects was to find strategies for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within National City and to improve the overall health of its residents. The following ideas related to pedestrian and cycling infrastructure are explored: phase-by-phase implementation of a bike share system, improvements to existing bicycle lanes, addition of new bicycle lanes, protected bicycle lanes, and improvements to recreational areas and infrastructure. Further, the following ideas to address environmental impacts are discussed: traffic roundabouts, environmental zones, a group grocery delivery system, LED streetlights, addition of a solar power plant, power-to-gas facility, and waste treatment plant, a cap and trade system, shore power, and urban forests.