For the second year in a row, Terra Peninsular was invited to participate at the State of Biodiversity Symposium on February 5, 2020 at the San Diego Natural History Museum.
The Executive Director, César Guerrero, was one of the panelists at the session “Implications of Black-Market Biodiversity”, where he discussed the illegal extraction of natural resources in Baja California.
César Guerrero Ávila of @TerraPeninsular discusses something less talked about: stone harvesting. Leading to the destruction of dunes and coastal erosion.— The Nat (@SDNHM) February 5, 2020
These stones can be found in all kinds of hardware stores, even big chains. Know your sources.
Also, the exhibition “Travesía: una mirada al mundo natural de San Quintín” was presented at the museum, which is composed by over 60 artworks and photos by local artists from San Quintin.
Other staff members attended this event, such as Claudia, Vitza, Laura and Ricardo, who provided information about the projects carried out by the organization in Baja California.