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San Diego County Passes Resolution Calling for Better Protection of and Access to Open Spaces in Support of Biodiversity.

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The Board of Supervisors of the County of San Diego, California, USA have voted in favor of a resolution calling for better protection of and access to the county’s open spaces in support of biodiversity. The resolution “builds on several community partnerships and initiatives maintained by the county that prioritize the preservation of the region’s natural spaces” and also on IPBES data, such as the fact that the planet is experiencing a biodiversity crisis, with more than 1 million species of plants and animals threatened by extinction.
Global assessment (1st work programme), Policy support tools and methodologies (2nd work programme)
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