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California Regulators Approve Climate Action Plan

11:07 AM MST | December 12, 2008 | Kara Sissell

California regulators have approved the state’s plan for reducing greenhouse gases (GHGs) to 1990 levels by 2020, a program some lawmakers say should be used as a model for any federal climate reduction mandate under the administration of President-elect Barak Obama. Approval by the California’s Air Resources Board (Carb) sets in motion Global Warming Solutions Act that governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R.) signed into law in 2006. The plan will include mandates on the amount of renewable energy that must be used by state power generators, and will...

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