California: Ground zero for climate action

Even as the Trump administration tries to roll back climate and clean air protections, many states are moving forward with ambitious programs. California has been at the frontlines of climate action, passing tough targets and standards, with plans to go further. Click the link below to take a look at California’s climate leadership—and the important role states play in the fight for our planet’s future.

Featuring:

Quentin Foster, Director, California, California Climate Policy
Nat Keohane, Vice President, Global Climate
Gwen Ruta, Senior Vice President, Climate & Energy

This teleconference was recorded on June 2, 2017 at 12:30 pm Eastern

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  1. curmudgeon
    Posted June 15, 2017 at 6:13 pm | Permalink

    You can easily see for yourself the impact of a degree or two climate change over the coming hundred years or so. Just hop on your old Schwinn and pedal south for a few hundred miles. When you are at a nice shady spot commanding a good view of the terrain, get off the old Schwinn and take a good long look at what lies before you. What you will see is the impact of a degree or two climate change. Devastating isn’t it?

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