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- Report details opportunities in specific industries, states
- International pact of companies pledges to promote cleaner fuels
- Decision parallels public's wishes for the national park
- Court directs agency to set preventative standards
- Agrees to improve water quality standards and health tests
- SB 375 will help fulfill targets for global warming emissions
- Positive economic message reaches 840,000 listeners through radio
- Van Jones brings his message to E2's entrepreneurs
- Learning from AB 32 example in California
Following bipartisan passage in the State Assembly in August, Senate Bill 375 (Steinberg, D-Sacramento), has been sent to the governor’s desk for signature. SB 375, touted as the first bill in the country to connect transportation and land use issues with efforts at addressing climate change, would help the state make strides as it aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2020, in accordance with the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32). If passed, SB 375 will provide local governments with incentives to undertake smart growth and transportation strategies to combat congestion and improve quality of life for Californian residents and business owners. NRDC and the California League of Conservation Voters are co-sponsors of the bill, and E2 has been actively involved in its progress through the legislature.

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