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Post-Election Climate Policy in California

With Trump in the white house and a Republican majority in the house and senate, positive climate policy at the federal level may effectively be over.  In fact, we may be fighting the roll-back of critical climate research, regulations, and funding. But, here in...

Legislative Session Wrap-up

Now that the 2016 legislative session has ended, we’re celebrating some victories: four of the five main climate bills we supported, SB 32, AB 197, SB 1383, and SB 1279, have all been signed into law. SB 1279 prohibits the use of state transportation funds for new...

SB 32 – Climate Pollution Reduction Beyond 2020

SB 32 requires the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to limit statewide greenhouse gas emissions to 40% below the 1990 level by 2030. At its heart, this bill is an effort to align state policy goals with the recommendations of most climate scientists, who agree...

Legislative Session Wrap-up, 2016

Now that the 2016 legislative session has ended, we’re celebrating some victories: four of the five main climate bills we supported, SB 32, AB 197, SB 1383, and SB 1279, have all been signed into law. SB 1279 prohibits the use of state transportation funds for new...

SB 1383: Short-lived Climate Pollutants

Short-lived climate pollutants, such as black carbon, fluorinated gases, and methane, create a number of hazardous effects on air quality, public health, and climate change. SB 1383, which will be heard by the California Assembly Appropriations Committee after the...

Legislative Update

The 350 East Bay Legislative Committee is working to gain support in the California Assembly for four priority bills: SB 1383, SB 1277, SB 1279, and SB 32. SB 1383 would require the California Air Resources Board, or CARB, to limit emissions from three classes of...