"To conserve 30% of California’s lands and coastal waters by 2030 (30x30), the audacious is not only possible, it is necessary. Partners like Point Blue bring the science and analysis that will help California’s 30x30 initiative meaningfully protect and restore biodiversity, expand access to nature, and mitigate and build resilience to climate change. We have to move at a pace and scale like we never have before, and we look forward to working with Point Blue in showing the world that people and nature can thrive together."
Secretary for Natural Resources
California Natural Resources Agency
In this issue you’ll learn how Point Blue's early career training programs impacted people, from a Palomarin apprentice who unexpectedly followed in his father’s footsteps to a Marine Lab research assistant who followed her passion to Australia.
A new Point Blue program--ROOTS--will be stewarding a $26 million block grant from the California Wildlife Conservation Board to supporting partners in restoration efforts on lands stewarded for food and cultural purposes.
Adélie penguins can dive to 180 meters to catch their prey but how their foraging performance evolves within an individual’s lifetime has been poorly known. Read our recent publication brief to learn what new insights we've discovered.
No matter where you live, you’re likely to have a wetland somewhere nearby. In a report produced by Point Blue and the Natural Resources Defense Council, we compiled evidence for a wide range of benefits wetlands provide us every day.
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