The answer is B. 23.1 million acres have already been permanently protected in California. This means the collective “we” need to still conserve eight million acres by 2030 to reach the 30×30 goal. Hills For Everyone has identified around 9,000 acres of immediate importance for conservation for the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor to ensure the landscape is protected and connected for the future.
The Protected Lands Answer
on April 28, 2021 with No Comments