ENVIRON 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Gross Domestic Product, Emission Intensity, Renewable Portfolio Standard

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Published on 15 Aug 2020
School
UCLA
Department
Environment
Course
ENVIRON 157
PUB POL Week 8 Lect 4
Emission Reduction Measures (Cont.)
High Speed Rail
Recycling and Waste
Agriculture
Energy Efficiency and Co-Benefits Audits for Large Industrial Sources
California’s 2017 Climate Change Scoping Plan
Strategy for Achieving California’s 2030 Greenhouse Gas Target (Plan) builds on the state’s successes,
proposing to strengthen major programs, while further integrating efforts to reduce both GHGs and air
pollution. The 2030 target of 40 percent emissions reductions below 1990 levels guides this Scoping
Plan.
California’s climate efforts will:
•Lower GHG emissions on a trajectory to avoid the worst impacts of climate change;
•Support a clean energy economy which provides more opportunities;
•Provide a more equitable future with good jobs and less pollution for all communities;
•Improve health by reducing air and water pollution and making it easier to bike and walk
•Improve natural and working lands.
California’s Climate Action Portfolio
Double building efficiency
50% renewable power
More clean, renewable fuels
Cleaner zero or near-zero emission cars, trucks, and buses
Walkable/Bikeable communities with transit
Cleaner freight and goods movement
Slash potent “super-pollutants” from dairies, landfills and refrigerants
Cap emissions from transportation, industry, natural gas, and electricity
Invest in communities to reduce emissions
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