Chemical Week Magazine :: Regulatory
California Regulators Approve Climate Plan
10:13 AM MST | December 19, 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 by president-elect Barack Obama as a model for federal requirements for GHG reductions. Approval by the California’s Air Resources Board (Carb; Sacramento) sets in motion the Global Warming Solutions Act that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R.) signed into law in 2006. Reductions far and wide: The program will regulate a broad array of emission sources. An important component of the plan is a...
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