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AB 32 Implementation Group Scoping Plan Update Comments

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The AB 32 Implementation Group has submitted the following comments to the California Air Resources Board regarding the Scoping Plan Update.

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AB 32 IG Comments To ARB On The 2013 Updated Scoping Plan Discussion Draft

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The current schedule is to present the Updated Scoping Plan to the Board in December 2013.  At this time appendices are incomplete and another version of the Updated Scoping Plan will be issued during November.  After the next version is released we will offer substantive comments related to the effort to reach our 2020 goals.

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AB 32 Implementation Group Comments Regarding CARB’s Regulatory Amendments

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AB 32 Implementation Group regarding CARB’s proposed amendments to the California cap on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and market-based compliance mechanisms.

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Cap-and-trade cost increases on hold

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An op-ed authored by the AB 32 Implementation Group Executive Director:

Many large employers in California were scheduled for massive greenhouse gas (GHG) “cap-and-trade” cost increases starting in 2015.  Now state regulators propose to delay any increase until 2018 at the earliest.   This is good news for manufacturers and thousands of California workers with high Read More »

AB 32 Implementation Group Scoping Plan Update Comments

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The AB 32 Scoping Plan requirement in AB 32 determines the roadmap for implementation – it shows how all state policies affecting greenhouse gas (GHG)emissions, even those outside direct regulatory authority of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), work together to achieve the AB 32 goals.

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