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The 2016-17 Budget: California Spending Plan

Oct 5, 2016 - The budget includes $485,000 from the AB  32 Cost of Implementation Account and two positions for ARB to (1)  help analyze electric vehicle charging infrastructure needs, (2)  consult with CPUC and CEC on setting GHG targets for utilities as part of the new integrated resource planning process, and (3)  conduct a study on barriers for low –income customers to access zero –emission transportation options.

LAO 2007 Budget Analysis: Motor Vehicle Account Condition

Another potential pressure is the ongoing funding requirements of the Global Warming Solutions Act (Chapter 488, Statutes of 2006 [AB 32, Nuñez]). The Governor’s budget requests $24.4 million for ARB to begin implementation of the act.

[PDF] Assessing California’s Climate Policies

Transportation Agriculture, Waste, and High GWP Substances Commercial and Residential Landfills ODS Substitutes L E G I S L AT I V E A N A LY S T ’ S O F F I C E 2 State Law Establishes GHG Limits State Law Establishes Statewide 2020 and 2030 GHG Limits  Chapter 488 of 2006 (AB 32, Núñez/Pavley) established the goal of limiting GHG emissions statewide to 1990

Cap-and-Trade Revenues: Strategies to Promote Legislative Priorities

Jan 21, 2016 - We continue to believe that targeting funding to GHG reduction activities is a reasonable strategy to reduce legal risk because the funds are being used to achieve the primary regulatory goal of AB  32.

[PDF] AB32: Letter to Assembly Member Dan Logue Regarding Economic Leakage

Should you have questions regarding this information, please feel free to contact Tiffany Roberts at 319-8309 regarding specifics about AB 32 and the SP, and James Nachbaur at 319-8365 regarding economic issues.

[PDF] The 2022-23 Budget: Clean Energy Package

However, as Figure 1 State Met 2020 Goal Early, but 2030 Goal More Ambitious Million Metric Tons of Greenhouse Gases 2020 AB 32 Target 2030 SB 32 TargetActual Emissions Source: California Air Resources Board (2021).

[PDF] Meeting the Environmental Goals of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

A revised plan is anticipated in December 2012, with draft documents being released in late April.  Will likely address goals identifi ed in Chapter 728, Statutes of 2008 (SB 375, Steinberg), such as concentrating development away from environmentally sensitive lands, and making policies consistent between development and transit plans to reduce vehicle miles travelled and increase effectiveness

[PDF] Cap-and-Trade Extension: Issues for Legislative Oversight

BACKGROUND AB 32 Authorized Cap-and-Trade Through 2020 State Law Establishes 2020 and 2030 GHG Limits. The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (Chapter 488 [AB 32, Núñez/Pavley]) established the goal of limiting GHG emissions statewide to 1990 levels by 2020.

LAO 2009-10 Budget Analysis Series: Higher Education: Capital Outlay—California State University

Designing new buildings and renovating existing buildings to be more sustainable is one part of the state ’s efforts to improve energy efficiency and meet the goals of AB 32. (See the nearby box for more background on the state ’s actions concerning sustainable building practices.)

[PDF] The 2014-15 Budget: Transportation Proposals

First, the high-speed rail project would not contribute significant GHG reductions before 2020, which is the statutory target for reaching 1990 emissions levels as required by Chapter 488, Statutes of 2006 (AB 32, Núñez/Pavley).

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