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Loose Change: California GHG goals at risk from wildfires, auto reliance

October 09, 2019
A new report is suggesting that California is at risk of failing to achieve its ambitious greenhouse gas target for 2030 due to a range of factors, including a spike in massive wildfires that are major carbon emitters and the state’s reliance on passenger cars for transportation needs. “The state has some hard truths to face as it looks to deliver much steeper annual emissions reductions in the years ahead,” argued F. Noel Perry of the clean energy think tank...

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