This bill declares it to be state policy that protecting and managing natural and working lands is an important strategy to meet California’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction goals. If signed, SB 1386 will ensure that this important strategy remains a key part of California’s emission reduction efforts and will better enable investment in carbon sequestration projects on natural and working lands. The bill will also provide important additional public benefits such as the protection and enhancement of wildlife habitat, parks and open space; recreational and economic opportunities; production of food and fiber; improvement of air and water quality; and flood protection.

California State Parks Foundation

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