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  • JUDGE RULES STATE DID NOT FOLLOW CEQA ON AB 32 SCOPING PLAN

    Posted: February 4, 2011 | Posted by CBPA | No Comments

    A California judge has tentatively ruled that the California Air Resources Board did not adequately consider alternatives to creating a cap-and-trade plan when adopting the AB 32 Global Warming Solutions act of 2006, “Scoping Plan.”   If the ruling is finalized, it could potentially delay implementation of the cap-and-trade carbon market, as well as other major parts of the Global Warming policy.  Since carbon reduction measures are seemingly stalled at the federal level, all eyes are on California to see if the plan passes muster and is able to move forward.  Click here if you would like to read a news story about the issue. If you would like to read the judge’s full opinion reply to this email and request it.



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