1. AB 32: Sustaining California’s Climate Change Leadership Role in North America: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons Learned


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    The AB 32: Sustaining California’s Climate Change Leadership Role in North America: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons Learned panel from VX2011 Los Angeles: The VERDEXCHANGE Green Marketmakers Conference Moderator: CARB’s James Goldstene Panelists: CEC Commissioner/Executive, SCE’s Mike Hertel, PWC’s Gavin Chui; LAWDP’s Ron Nichols

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    • A Path Forward for Dairy Digesters in CA


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      Many dairies in California's Central Valley have operations that could benefit from the installation of an anaerobic digester for manure handling. The Climate Action Reserve issues CRTs to such projects that are eligible and verified against the Reserve's Livestock project protocol. However, there have historically been significant hurdles to permitting such projects due to the impacts on air and water quality. This webinar includes presentations from the Air District and Water Board, as well as two project case studies, to discuss some of the collaborative efforts that have been underway to overcome these regulatory challenges and encourage increased digester development.

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      • Asphalt: A Money Maker in a Carbon-constrained Economy


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        Jeff Morris, CEO of asphalt manufacturer ALON, says his company designed its business strategy to take advantage of California's tough climate and renewable energy law. Morris says the refinery his company purchased in Paramount is already one of the lowest-emitting facilities in the state, and his business is designed to be profitable in an environment where carbon is expensive. The company initially set out to build a new plant near Long Beach, but the cost of equipment became too high. The business is designed to succeed with California's climate and energy law in place, but it can work if voters decide to suspend the law as well. Morris has met with state officials and is committed to supporting the state law. His company is the largest producer of asphalt in the Western U.S. and the largest in the country for asphalt made from old tires.

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        • Assemblymember BIll Monning at Future Camp


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          California Assemblymember Bill Monning (AD27) addresses Imagination Coast's Future Camp on state legislation affecting sustainable development, including efforts to repeal Assembly Bill 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act.

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          • Bob Kanter, Port of Long Beach, on AB 32, climate change


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            • CA Climate Policies Helps Farm


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              Straus Family Creamery is one of California's leaders in farming methods geared toward sustainability. With help from state grants, he has greatly reduced his operation's carbon and water footprint, saving thousands of tons of greenhouse gases per year, and tens of thousands of dollars in energy costs. Funding from California government helped make it possible. brought to you by California Climate and Agriculture Network and NewMessageMedia.com

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              • Californians Cannot Afford Unhealthy Air


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                Californians Cannot Afford Unhealthy Air. For the sake of the 1 in 6 children in our state with asthma and the many others that are suffering due to high pollution, BREATHE LA asks that you vote NO on Prop 23 this November.

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                • California's Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32): is it truly comprehensive and sustainable?


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                  International environmental policy experts, authors, and elected officials evaluate California's ground-breaking global warming policy from the perspective of international nation-scale climate change/sustainability policy. From the Bioneers/Resource Renewal Institute Conference "Creating and Implementing National Green Plans: How Countries Are Succeeding" held October 16, 2008 in San Rafael, CA.

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                  • Cap-and-Trade in California


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                    Introduction: Gary Gero, President of the Climate Action Reserve Guest Speaker: Brieanne Aguila, Air Pollution Specialist at the California Air Resources Board The first half of this session is a presentation regarding the recently-adopted regulation for a cap-and-trade program, with an emphasis on rules surrounding carbon offsets. The second half is a question and answer session where Brieanne takes questions submitted by the audience, moderated by Max DuBuisson of the Climate Action Reserve

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                    • CARB Chairwoman Mary Nichols - California Should Not Go It Alone


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                      Senate Republican Leader-elect Bob Dutton questions CARB Chairwoman Mary Nichols in regards to the State of California going it alone in implementing global warming regulations.

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