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The State of California requires each County to have a Climate Action Plan. The draft version of San Diego County's plan has not yet passed due to a lawsuit by the Sierra Club that takes issue with the Plan's permissive mitigation elements which allow developers to purchase carbon offsets on the open market. The Sierra Club argues that mitigation must occur within the County. Click the Sierra Club logo for an update on the current status of the lawsuit, check out the detailed report (left) and see the San Diego County Farm Bureau and San Diego Food System Alliance letters (below) for specific ways that the County could partner with farmers and food system stakeholders to meet mitigation challenges locally.