How long would California’s climate law be frozen under the ballot measure to suspend AB 32? It depends on how you read the state’s labor statistics.
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A new fuel efficiency regulation may be good for the environment, but it also may be hard to enforce.
The US Secretary of Energy says passage of Prop 23 “would be a terrible setback.”
While the recession has worn down environmental sensibilities across the nation, they seem to holding up better in California.
“Climategate” developments, corporate advocacy, carbon capture, and cloud seeding: here’s a roundup of recent climate stories on our radar.
Groups opposing implementation of California’s three-year-old climate change law say they have enough backing to block it with a ballot measure.
California pols and regulators rally to fend off “federal preemption” of carbon regulation at the state and regional level.
After its initial report was questioned by the state’s legislative analyst and others, the Air Board issues revised projections for the job impact of California’s climate law.
Handicapping the economic impact of California’s climate “solution” is complicated stuff–unless you’re the Governor.
On the road to carbon trading in California, a key committee report favors auctioning off the majority of carbon credits.