California has the legal right to move ahead with preparations for cap and trade after all, according to a state appellate court.
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Environmental justice groups offer the option of halting just cap-and-trade, but moving ahead with the rest of AB 32 implementation.
Litigants can’t come to terms on letting part of the law proceed.
Plaintiffs who won a tentative ruling in a suit over the state’s climate law say they’re not out to torpedo AB 32.
The job isn’t done but a major milestone is passed in the long journey to carbon trading in California.
Two thirds stand firm behind the state’s 2006 climate law, while new reports refute predictions of a business exodus.
Now that California’s Proposition 23 has gone down in flames, do the battle lines simply shift?
A veteran water regulator talks about the real challenges of urban water conservation and why California should stay the course on climate policy.
As new poll finds that while two-thirds of Californians think global warming is an important issue, they are divided right down the middle when it comes to Proposition 23.
California’s major oil refiners (and carbon emitters) don’t appear to be united in the fight to stop AB 32 with Proposition 23.