The message below is from Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer. Please take a moment to look at this important effort and file comments and/or testify in support of the resolution attached. Links for taking action are included. Links to the agenda item and resolution are at bottom.
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On November 16, 2022, a Biodiversity Resolution (Board of Supervisors Meeting Wednesday, 11/16: Item 6) will be coming before the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors to ensure we have a vision and goals regarding the protection of our important local native habitats and ecosystems. Make an e-comment here. Sign up for public comment here.
San Diego County is a biodiversity hotspot, with more animal and plant species than almost any other county in the continental United States. Climate change, wildfires, and habitat fragmentation caused by development are threatening San Diego’s ecosystems. It is imperative we protect our habitats and ecosystems for future generations to come.
Can we count on your support for this resolution through public comment and e-comment?
We must demonstrate to the entire Board that the environmental community has an intense commitment to biodiversity. Our goal is to show this overwhelming support to the Board by getting 100 people to submit e-comments in support of the resolution.
Click HERE to make an e-comment.
Click HERE for instructions on calling in to voice your support.
Together we can protect our precious and diverse natural spaces, ecosystems, and habitats.
Thank you so much for your continued support for our efforts to tackle the climate crisis and make our communities sustainable and livable for all San Diegans. I’m proud and honored to work alongside you in this fight.
See agenda item here.
See biodiversity resolution here.