State beats its climate law goal

Click here for ‘State beats its climate law goal’ from the SF Chronicle.

Bay Area Climate News from CRI – April 2018

BAY AREA CLIMATE NEWS FROM CRI April 2018      THE BIG PICTURE   GHG Emissions Rose in 2017 — Renewables growing fast…but not fast enough The New York Times breaks down the top 5 reasons why global GHGs rose in 2017. While renewables grew faster than any other energy sector, they couldn’t match the growth in overall energy demand. […]

BPC Joins Letter Urging Support for a Balanced Cap-and-Trade Program

On June 16, a coalition of organizations dedicated to the extension of a balanced cap-and-trade program that achieves greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions while protecting jobs and California’s economy submitted a letter to members of the California State Senate and Assembly with several key recommendations. Along with Bay Planning Coalition, the coalition includes trade associations, manufacturers, […]

The Future of California’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation

This week, BPC staff attended a dinner meeting of the Air & Waste Management Association, featuring a presentation by Richard Corey, Executive Officer of the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Mr. Corey gave an insightful presentation on how California’s air quality and greenhouse gas regulations have shaped our economy thus far, and the direction of […]