California Climate Action Priorities
California Natural Resources Agency. Links the state’s existing and planned climate adaptation efforts, showing how they fit together to achieve California’s six climate resilience priorities.
From the California Natural Resources Agency. Describes how California will successfully implement the goal of conserving 30% of California’s lands and coastal waters by 2030. Appendix D, developed by the California Biodiversity Network, highlights research priorities that can translate into actionable science needed to ensure the success of 30×30.
From the California Air Resources Board. Assesses progress toward the statutory 2030 greenhouse gas target, while laying out a path to achieving carbon neutrality no later than 2045.
California Environmental Protection Agency. Describes programs, policies, and investments that California is making to combat climate change.
From the California Environmental Protection Agency. Provides an overview of California’s Climate Solutions.
From the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research. Contributes to the scientific foundation for understanding climate-related vulnerability throughout California.
From the Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research. A resource guide to use when considering how to define vulnerable communities in an adaptation context.
The California Air Resources Board proposal to reach carbon neutrality by 2045.
From Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The report analyzes research policy and describes what must be done to enable carbon capture.
The umbrella organization for marine, coastal and coastal watershed-related activities within the California State University (CSU).
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