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California GHG Efforts Face Hurdles As Other States Look For Policy Model

January 7, 2019
California's ambitious climate program that must roughly double its rate of greenhouse gas cuts over the next dozen years is facing increasing challenges and skepticism from policy experts, including questions about whether the state's economy-wide cap-and-trade program can supply the bulk of the required emission reductions. The hurdles facing the state are coming into sharp relief as the California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved key changes to its carbon trading program, and as other states -- including those with newly...

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