Utah 30x30 survey
Scientists tell us that we need to protect 30% of the earth’s lands and oceans by 2030 to stem the loss of nature, prevent mass extinction of species and mitigate the impacts of climate change. In other words, it is necessary for the survival and well-being of life on earth, including our communities in Utah. In a nutshell, the "30x30" campaign is about taking care of the lands and waters that keep our planet healthy. Protection can take many different forms, but is aimed at maintaining land and water systems in a naturally functioning condition.Focused on publicly owned land, no private land will be involved unless the owner wants to participate.
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
Email *
Great Salt Lake Wetlands
First name
Last name
What city do you live in?
What county do you live in?
What is your age?
Clear selection
Science shows that land kept in a natural state helps preserve biodiversity and will help us mitigate the effects of climate change.  The 30x30 campaign gives us an important opportunity to protect nature in Utah.  Why is nature important to you (choose all that apply)?:
Captionless Image
What is your vision for the future of nature in Utah?  I would like to see:
Clear selection
What kinds of natural areas do you want to see more of? Protecting and restoring nature in Utah is a big, but doable project including opportunities for protection and restoration of publicly owned land (no private land will be involved unless the owner wants to participate).  Which of these types of protection would you support?
Which of these general landscape locations would you like to see get more protection:
What is your sense of urgency about the need to institute policies that address climate change and protect biodiversity?
Considering that roughly 10% of lands worldwide, and 12% of lands in Utah, have some level of protection, do you think the goal of protecting 30% by 2030 in order to maintain properly functioning ecosystems is:
Clear selection
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy