CA Land Use & Development Law Report: CEQA Year in Review 2014

The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development


CEQA Year in Review 2014

In 2014, courts, regulators and public agencies continued to struggle with the relationship between CEQA and California’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Courts of appeal held that San Diego County’s regional transportation plan, sustainable communities strategy and climate action plan all violated CEQA, concluding that public decisionmakers had not done enough to analyze and mitigate GHG impacts from vehicles.

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