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Climate Change Project

Project Description

Geographic focus: statewide
Main activity: legislative and administrative efforts, state regulatory agencies

California is a leader in taking action against climate change. In 2006, the Climate Change Project was launched to assist the state in its implementation of AB 32 and the development of California climate change policies. Today, CCEEB continues to work to support California’s climate leadership. The project brings together a diverse group of organizations, and frequently communicates directly with legislative and administration decision makers. The project works to ensure that California develops an efficient and effective regulatory structure reduces GHG emissions for the greatest benefit to California. To protect the health of the economy, CCEEB supports credible, peer-reviewed, and transparent economic evaluations of state programs. The Climate Change Project works to ensure accurate and comprehensive emission inventories, clear and consistent reporting protocols and enforcement, and credit for early action measures, and verifiable GHG reductions.

Project Issues

  • Climate change related legislation
  • Post-2020 Scoping Plan
  • Cap-and-Trade, rule amendments, and technical issues
  • Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) and cap-and-trade revenue
  • SB 1383 and Short-lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Strategy
  • Water-Energy Nexus
  • Mandatory Reporting (MRR) rule and enforcement
  • Linkage to other jurisdictions

Project Details

Project Manager:
Kendra Daijogo, The Gualco Group, Inc.

Regulatory Lead:
Mikhael Skvarla, The Gualco Group, Inc.

Meeting Location:
Sacramento, CA

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