miércoles, noviembre 14

Terra Peninsular and Environmental Protection Agency Join Forces

By Adriana Lucia Romero Saavedra
Terra Peninsular Conservation Coordinator

The Baja California Environmental Protection Secretariat (Secretaria de Proteccion al Ambiente, SPA), has the commitment to prevent, preserve and restore ecological balance, giving current and future generations a quality environment. This is why, to benefit conservation and the sustainable management of natural resources of Baja California, along with 9 non-profit organizations, the SPA formalized an alliance to collaborate, coordinate and support. In the event, Efraín Nieblas Ortix, PhD., Director of the SPA, made public their commitment to build a bigger environmental and natural resources conservation social network.

Guest from nonprofit organizations in the signing of the alliance with the Environmental Protection Secretariat. Photo by Ruth Rosas..

In the event, a presentation of the programs of the different non-governmental organizations was made. The alliance partners are Pro Esteros, A.C., Pronatura Noroeste, A.C., Terra Peninsular, Marine Mammals of Ensenada Research and Conservation (Investigacion y Conservation de Mamimeros Marinos de Ensenada, ICMME), Haciendo lo Necesario, A.C., Fundacion Helice, A.C., Valle Verde Ecoempresas, Sonoran Institute and Jardin Botanico Todos Santos.

Presentation of the Terra Peninsular programs from Adriana, our Conservation Coordinator. Photo by Terra Peninsular.

This initiatives serve environmental conservation joint projects creation among non-profit organizations and the government of Baja California with the goal of reinforcing efforts and accomplish better and more goals in conservation. Terra Peninsular promoted the development of joint projects with the SPA for next year, which will promote the awareness, protection and conservation of unique and in excellent conservation state wild land in the Peninsula of Baja California.

The signing of the alliance among non-profits organizations the government of Baja California. Photo by Terra Peninsular.

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