California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law a bill aimed at better managing the prevention and response to wildfires, along with 28 other bills addressing fire-related issues, but he acknowledged the complexity and inherent added costs from the legislation.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday reiterated the state’s support for aggressive climate change, including a multi-billion-dollar cap-and-trade program, while preaching the need for prudence and “rainy day” funds in the face of uncertainties about the budget and incoming Trump administration.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday named two of his close advisors to positions on the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law SB 1383, said to enact the nation’s toughest restrictions on methane and other “super pollutants,” which include black carbon and fluorinated (HFC) gases.
Amid a chorus of praise from California’s environmental and climate activist groups, California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed into law two precedent-setting bills (SB 32 and AB 197) designed to accelerate the state’s reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by deemphasizing the burning of fossil fuels while increasing reliance on renewable energy, storage and efficiency.
California Gov. Jerry Brown repeated his state’s intention to move away from fossil fuels as it implements an aggressive climate strategy. Brown offered keynote remarks on Wednesday, the first day of a two-day California Independent System Operator (CAISO) stakeholder symposium in Sacramento.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and state legislative leaders agreed Wednesday on a distribution plan for proceeds from California’s $3.2 billion cap-and-trade program for the new fiscal year.
Two bills that have the oil and natural gas industry uneasy (SB 32 and AB 197) were passed by California’s legislature on Wednesday, and Gov. Jerry Brown indicated he would sign both.
California Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers on Monday rolled out a package of proposals they labeled as “sweeping reforms” for the five-member California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).