30x30 responds directly to Governor Newsom’s nature-based solutions Executive Order N-82-20, which aims to accelerate conservation of California’s lands and coastal waters through voluntary, collaborative action with federal and local governments, Native American Tribes, and private landowners.
Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter 30 x 30 Principles
- Ensure financial, social, and civic decisions are conductive to the conservation and equitable expansion and movement of biodiversity and ecosystem services and elevate the rights of nature.
- Allow movement of species like the monarchs across vast landscapes and watersheds.
- Pathways to preserving biodiversity must be developed through long term exchange, partnership, and cooperation with stakeholders.
- Include social justice movements and solidarity with their concerns when building public lands and corridors.
- Include individuals and communities in the decision making and stewardship of public lands, waters, and wildlife.
Include tribal nations and indigenous peoples historic self determination and rights to free and prior informed consent when making landscape decisions
Call To Action
If you would like to get involved overall with the electeds outreach project, please send your email and phone number to Mary Buxton, SCLP 30 x 30 Task Force Coordinator, at mary.buxton at gmail.com.
California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA)
The California Department of Natural Resources is holding a series of stakeholder workshops on the 30x30 project. They are seeking community input. Visit Expanding Nature-Based Solutions for more information or to sign up for a workshop.
Sierra Club Resources