From Climate Extra

Climate Risks Prompt Newsom To Speed ‘Carbon Neutrality’ Goal To 2035

July 12, 2021
To meet the “urgency” of the “climate crisis,” California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is directing state energy and air regulators to accelerate their greenhouse gas-reduction efforts, including to achieve “carbon neutrality” 10 years earlier than currently planned, by 2035 instead of 2045. “In California, we're not asserting our leadership -- we've proven it. We've set audacious goals and actually figured out the how, exceeding our targets on renewables ahead of schedule while outperforming the nation in GDP growth over a...

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