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California Clean Tech Open
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

The mission of the Cleantech Open is to find, fund and foster entrepreneurs with big ideas that address today’s most urgent energy, environmental and economic challenges.

Since our founding in 2006 by Silicon Valley leaders, our organization has established itself as the leading force for accelerating clean technology entrepreneurs. Of the nearly 600 companies we have worked with, 80% remain viable today and they have gone on to raise external capital exceeding $660 million.

By...

California Climate & Agriculture Network (CalCAN)
  • Tool
  • Training

The California Climate and Agriculture Network (CalCAN) is a coalition that advances policy solutions at the nexus of climate change and sustainable agriculture. CalCAN members have a demonstrated commitment to an economically, ecologically sustainable and socially just food and farming system. Members include representatives from agricultural, environmental, food safety, and other organizations.

CalCAN compliments and augments existing sustainable agriculture and environmental policy...

California Climate Action Network: Green Building Tip Sheet
  • Guide

This resource provides a basic overview of tips for reducing greenhouse gas emissions through Green Building.

California Climate Change Portal
  • Finance
  • Guide
  • Plan
  • Report
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A California government website dedicated to providing valuable information on climate change for local governments, individuals and households, businesses and science.

California Coastal Commission District Contacts
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Direct coordination with planners in the Commission’s District Offices is a principal method for providing local planning assistance. Commission analysts are assigned by geographic area to work on Local Coastal Program matters that will come before the Commission.

California Coastal Commission Resources for Local Governments
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Resources for Local Governments offers an online guide to “Updating the LCP,” including discussion of major policy areas that should be addressed in an LCP, examples of policies, and recent Commission decisions.

California Coastal Conservancy
  • Finance
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The California Coastal Conservancy, established in 1976, is a state agency that uses entrepreneurial techniques to purchase, protect, restore, and enhance coastal resources, and to provide access to the shore. We work in partnership with local governments, other public agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private landowners.

To date, the Conservancy has undertaken more than 1,800 projects along the 1,100 mile California coastline and around San Francisco Bay. These projects often...

California Coastal Rural Development Corporation
  • Finance
  • Guide

California Coastal Rural Development Corporation (Cal Coastal) is a California chartered nonprofit public-benefit corporation servicing the financial needs of small businesses and farmers. The corporation provides direct loans and loan guarantees to businesses located on the Central Coast through our offices located in Salinas and Santa Maria. We have a community based Board of Directors that guides the organization. The Board of Directors and Loan Committee members are business people...

California Commission Mapping Division
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The Commission’s Mapping Division offers access to many digital map layers (such as the coastal zone boundary, resource data sets and aerial photo resources).

California Common Sense
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CACS began in 2010 when a team of Stanford students and alumni created the first-ever organizational mapping of the 3800+ entities within California's executive branch. In 2011, CACS created California’s first-ever interactive data transparency portal to educate the public about government finances. The data includes states around the country, enabling citizens to see how California measures up. Our mission is to open government finances to the public, engage citizens in data-driven...

California Communities for a Better Environment
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  • Tool
  • Training

Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) is a social justice organization with a focus on environmental health and justice. We organize in working class communities of color because those communities suffer the most from environmental pollution and toxics. CBE works in urban communities in Northern and Southern California among low-income African Americans, Latinos and other nationalities who are bombarded by pollution from freeways, power plants, oil refineries, seaports, airports, and...

California Department of Real Estate (DRE)
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DRE has compiled Master Geographic Letter Lists organized by city and county. The data includes information about vacant lots, completed residences, dedicated public streets, private streets, private driveways, access easements, sanitary swears, domestic water system, cable television, fire hydrants, street lights, county supplied potable water, county supplied amble water, non county supplied potable water, non county supplied amble water, street easements, public utility easements,...

California Economic Strategy Panel
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The California Economic Strategy Panel continuously examines changes in the state’s economic base and industry sectors to develop a statewide vision and strategic initiatives to guide public policy decisions for economic growth and competitiveness. The California Regional Economies Project is currently the lead mechanism for these efforts.

California Emergency Management Agency (CALEMA) - Climate Adaptation Policy Guide
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The Climate Change Adaptation Policy Guide will implement the 2010 SHMP, linking the science presented in the 2009 California Climate Change Adaptation Strategy (CAS) together with the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCVA) currently in preparation by the California Energy Commission (CEC) with State Hazard Mitigation Plan (SHMP) natural hazard mitigation initiatives. The Adaptation Guide will provide a decision-making framework for use by state, regional, local, and private sector...

California Energy Commission
  • Guide

It is the California Energy Commission's mission to assess, advocate and act through public/private partnerships to improve energy systems that promote a strong economy and a healthy environment.

California Energy Commission Energy Partnership Program
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Low-interest loans to projects that incorporate energy efficient components for energy audits

California Energy Commission: Bioenergy Action Plan (2011)
  • Guide
  • Plan

The 2011 Bioenergy Action Plan for California will evaluate and consider the following strategies to overcome the remaining challenges to meeting the Governor's targets for bioenergy in California:
1. Address siting, permitting, and regulatory barriers to increased bioenergy and biofuels production.
2. Facilitate the ability of project developers to obtain project financing and identify funding opportunities.
3. Continue research and development of low-emission bioenergy...

California Energy Commission: Consumer Energy Center
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  • Tool
  • Training

The Consumer Energy Center went on line in 1995 to offer the public a one-stop site on the Internet for the latest information about energy resources and how to use them wisely in our home, work and vehicles. In March 2006, we unveiled our website with updated navigation and new features. You can also connect directly with our sections offering seasonal consumer tips, "how-to" videos for the consumer and energy professional, and a direct link to information about incentives and rebates.

California Energy Commission: Smart Growth & Land Use Planning
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Decisions affecting land use directly affect energy use and the consequent production of greenhouse gases, primarily because of the strong relationship between where we live and work and our transportation needs. Significant efforts are necessary to reduce vehicle miles traveled to meet the state's emission reduction goals. California must begin reversing the current 2 percent annual growth rate of vehicle miles traveled. Research shows that increasing a community's density and its...

California Environmental Justice Alliance (CEJA)
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  • Training

CEJA is a statewide coalition of grassroots, environmental justice organizations. We are working to achieve environmental justice by organizing in low-income communities and communities of color – those most impacted by environmental hazards – and by pushing for policies at the federal, state, regional and local levels that protect public health and the environment.

CEJA unites the powerful local organizing efforts of members to create comprehensive opportunities for change at a...

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