Labor, Industry Opposition Kill California Bill To Slash GHGs 90% By 2045

September 16, 2021
Strong opposition by labor unions and industry groups led California state senators to reject a bill that would have set a 2045 deadline for the state to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and to reduce manmade GHGs at least 90 percent below 1990 levels, while also mandating strict new rules governing carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). “There’s a false narrative going on in this building right now -- that if you don’t vote for this bill, you don’t believe in...

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