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California Environmental Resources Evaluation System (CERES)
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CERES is a program of the California Resources Agency established to facilitate access to a variety of electronic data describing California's rich and diverse environments. The goal of CERES is to improve environmental analysis and planning by integrating natural and cultural resource information from multiple contributors and by making it available and useful to a wide variety of users. CERES collects and integrates data and information and distributes it via the World Wide Web, tapping...

California Farmland Conservancy Program (CFCP)
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CFCP seeks to encourage the long-term, private stewardship of agricultural lands through the voluntary use of agricultural conservation easements. The CFCP provides grant funding for projects which use and support agricultural conservation easements for protection of agricultural lands. As of January 2011, nearly 49,000 acres of farmland have been permanently conserved with CFCP-funded easements.

California Food Policy Advocates
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We are a statewide policy and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health and well being of low income Californians by increasing their access to nutritious, affordable food.

California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom
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More than 7 million California students are fed, clothed and housed with products grown right here on our farms, in our fields and within our forests. California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is dedicated to helping students and teachers across our great state gain an understanding of how agriculture provides the daily essentials necessary to make our society and our world function. From the cotton in our jeans and the food on our tables, to our landscaped yards and playing...

California Fuel Cell Partnership
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To reach California’s goals for cleaner air and reduced greenhouse gases we need full-function cars, pickups, vans and SUVs that people want to drive and transit buses they want to ride. These vehicles must be comparable or better than the vehicles we are driving today, and be better for the environment.

We believe hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles are the best option for fulfilling this promise.

California Geological Survey
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In April 1860 the California Legislature established the Geological Survey of California. The earliest history of CGS has its founding roots entwined with the discovery of gold in 1848. CGS is dedicated to the fulfillment of its mission to provide scientific products and services about the state's geology, seismology and mineral resources that affect the health, safety, and business interests of the people of California.

California Green Building Directory
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This directory was developed by the California Department of General Services to promote greater public awareness about state government's commitment to designing, constructing and operating state-owned buildings that are energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.

California Green Lodging Program
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The Green Lodging Program encourages state and local government travelers to seek out and give preference to certified "green hotels." Make the decision to choose "green" next time you're traveling for business or pleasure.

California Infill Builders Association
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The California Infill Builders Association represents builders and developers of urban areas whose work often focuses on the transformation of abandoned and neglected properties. We educate industry and civic leaders, government policy-makers and the public about the economic, environmental and social quality-of-life benefits that distinguish well-designed infill development.

California Institute for Rural Studies
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  • Training

CIRS is the only non-profit organization in California with a mission to conduct public interest research that strengthens social justice and increases the sustainability of California's rural communities.

Our work informs public policy and inspires action for social change while providing a fact-based foundation for organizations and individuals working to ameliorate rural injustice. While our commitment to the scientific method is at the foundation of our credibility, we recognize...

California League of Conservation Voters
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CLCV's mission is to protect the environmental quality of the state by increasing public awareness of the environmental performance of all elected officials, working to elect environmentally responsible candidates, and holding them accountable to the environmental agenda once elected.

California Lighting Technology Center
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The California Lighting Technology Center's (CLTC) mission is to stimulate, facilitate, and accelerate the development and commercialization of energy-efficient lighting and daylighting technologies. CLTC accomplishes these goals through technology development, demonstrations, and outreach and education activities in partnership with utilities, lighting manufacturers, end users, builders, designers, researchers, academics, and government agencies. The CLTC is an innovation center dedicated...

California Local Government Resources Toolkit
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  • Finance
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The Local Government Resources Toolkit provides quick access to multiple state and federal resources that support initiatives in five categories: Sustainable Communities, Cleaner Transportation, Greenhouse Gas Accounting, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, and Water Efficiency and Sustainability.

California Long-Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan
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  • Plan

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), with support from the Governor’s Office, the California Energy Commission, the California Air Resource Board, the state’s utilities, local government, and others, has adopted the California Long‐Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan. Released September 2008, this Plan sets forth a statewide roadmap to maximize achievement of cost‐effective energy efficiency in California’s electricity and natural gas sectors between 2009 and 2020, and beyond...

California Municipal Utility Association
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CMUA was initially formed in 1932 and incorporated in 1933 to protect the interests of California’s consumer-owned utilities before the California Legislature. Following our many legislative successes, CMUA launched a new program in 2010 to increase its advocacy efforts before both administrative and regulatory agencies that may have a significant impact on California’s energy and water utility operations.

Today, CMUA represents its members’ interests on energy and water issues...

California Native Plant Society
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The mission of the California Native Plant Society is to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants and to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship.

California Oaks Foundation
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The California Oak Foundation (COF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization committed to preserving the state's oak forest ecosystem and its rural landscapes.

California Obesity Prevention Plan
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This 2010 Plan serves as a springboard for action on the part of individuals; state, local, and tribal government; business; schools; health care insurers and providers; and community based and philanthropic organizations to join together to reverse the obesity trend in California. Addressing the obesity epidemic requires all of us–government, business, community organizations, families, and individuals–to make California a national model for healthy living through policy, environmental, and...

California Ocean Protection Act (COPA)
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  • Report

COPA was signed in into law in 2004 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The OPC is guided by principles included in COPA:
• Recognizing the interconnectedness of the land and the sea, supporting sustainable uses of the coast, and ensuring the health of ecosystems;
• Improving the protection, conservation, restoration, and management of coastal and ocean ecosystems through enhanced scientific understanding, including monitoring and data gathering;
• Recognizing the “...

California Outdoor Heritage Alliance
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The California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA) is a partnership of conservation organizations, outdoor industry, other related interests and individuals who support science-based wildlife management and the preservation of our hunting rights in California. COHA is a 501(c)4 Political Advocacy organization dedicated solely to influencing legislative, regulatory and administrative policy decisions which promote wildlife conservation and our outdoor heritage.

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