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California Pace Program
  • Finance
  • Tool

Assembly Bill 811 enables California property owners in special assessment districts to enter into voluntary contractual assessments against their properties to finance a range of authorized energy and water efficiency products and energy projects, including solar power. The Board of Supervisors has approved the formation of a special assessment district for PACE financing

California PACE™ utilizes bond financing to provide property owners fixed-rate, property value based, no credit...

California Planning and Development Report
  • Guide
  • Tool
  • Training

For 20 years, California Planning & Development Report has been regarded as the authoritative periodical on planning and development issues - required reading for planners, land-use lawyers, developers, environmentalists, citizen activists, and others interested and involved in the process of planning and development in California. Since 1986, CP&DR has been a unique institution - a monthly newsletter that serves the California planning and development community by providing...

California Project LEAN
  • Guide
  • Tool
  • Training

California Project LEAN (Leaders Encouraging Activity and Nutrition) is a joint program of the California Department of Public Health and the Public Health Institute. California Project LEAN works to advance nutrition and physical activity policy in schools and communities in order to prevent obesity and its associated chronic diseases. Our efforts are centered around youth and parent empowerment approaches, policy and environmental change strategies, and community-based solutions that...

California Regional Progress Report (2010)
  • Report

This is a report on the state of California’s diverse regions, the building blocks for a healthy and prosperous state. It presents twenty integrated, place-based quality-of-life indicators that benchmark and measure the progress of the regions in moving toward sustainability. Sustainability is defined as the Three E’s–a prosperous economy, a healthy environment, and social and physical quality of life for all residents and communities (equity). The indicators reflect the mission and...

California ReLeaf Network
  • Guide

California ReLeaf's mission is to empower grassroots efforts and build strategic partnerships that preserve, protect, and enhance California's urban and community forests.

California River Parkways Grants
  • Finance

The California River Parkways Program is a competitive grant program first created under the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Act of 2002 (Proposition 50). The program is administered by the Office of the Secretary for Resources and awards funds to public agencies and non-profit organizations to acquire, restore, protect or develop river parkways to accomplish the following:
• Provide compatible recreational opportunities including trails for strolling...

California Solar Initiative
  • Finance
  • Tool

The California Solar Initiative offers solar incentives to energy users (except new homes) in investor-owned utility territories in California. The CSI Program is administered by the California Public Utilities Commission, and has a goal to install 1,940 MW of new solar by 2017.

California State Association of Counties
  • Guide
  • Tool
  • Training

The primary purpose of CSAC is to represent county government before the California Legislature, administrative agencies and the federal government. CSAC places a strong emphasis on educating the public about the value and need for county programs and services.

While California's 58 counties - ranging from Alpine with a little more than 1,200 people, to Los Angeles with more than 10 million - are diverse, many common issues exist. CSAC's long-term objective is to significantly improve...

California State Building Codes
  • Tool

The CBSC Web site has a variety of resources, including the 2008 California Green Building Code (CalGreen Code) and links to online access to the complete state building codes and other related codes.

California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative
  • Tool

Founded in June 2001, the California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative is a public-private partnership working to advance the commercialization of stationary fuel cells for distributed generation throughout the state of California. The Collaborative is administered by the California Air Resources Board.

California Strong Motion Instrumentation Program (CSMIP) Annual Seminar on Utilization of Strong Motion Data
  • Report

As part of the Data Interpretation Project, CSMIP holds annual seminars to transfer recent research findings on strong-motion data to practicing seismic design professionals, earth scientists and post-earthquake response personnel. The purpose of the annual seminar is to provide information that will be useful immediately in seismic design practice and post-earthquake response, and in the longer term, in the improvement of seismic design codes and practices.

California Student Sustainability Coalition
  • Tool

The California Student Sustainability Coalition unites, connects, supports, and empowers students from across California to transform their educational institutions and communities into models of ecological, economic, and social sustainability.

California Sustainability Alliance
  • Tool
  • Training

The California Sustainability Alliance (the Alliance) is designed to help meet the State’s aggressive energy, climate and other resource and environmental goals by increasing and accelerating energy efficiency in combination with complementary green measures and strategies.

In addition to energy efficiency, the Alliance's scope includes climate action, principles for "smart growth", renewable energy development, water use efficiency, waste management, and transportation management....

California Sustainable Seafood Initiative
  • Tool

Assembly Bill 1217 requires the Ocean Protection Council to develop and implement a voluntary seafood promotion program for California fisheries. The intent of AB 1217 is to encourage California fisheries to seek certification in accordance with internationally accepted standards for sustainability and to promote the purchase and consumption of certified sustainable California seafood.

California Sustainable Tourism Handbook
  • Guide

This handbook is designed to be a straightforward first introduction to sustainable tourism with a view to raising awareness of sustainable tourism principles and practices, and encouraging their implementation. The best, most comprehensive, and most recent Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria have been adapted to reflect California’s tourism industry. This handbook firstly provides the “big picture” context of sustainable tourism management. This is followed by an exploration of the “three...

California Sustainable Tourism Marketing Handbook
  • Guide

This Handbook elaborates on the definitions of sustainable tourism, its importance to the viability of the industry, and best practices of organizations within California who have adopted sustainable economic, social/cultural and environmental practices. The purpose of this document is to assist the California Travel and Tourism Commission (CTTC) with its “mission to develop and maintain marketing programs – in partnership with the state's travel industry – that keep California top-of-mind...

California Sustainable Tourism Planning Document
  • Guide
  • Plan

California has long been a leader in both tourism and environmental protection. During its long history, the state has made a very concerted effort to protect the natural assets that also make it one of the most visited destinations in the world. Given this history, it is only natural that the California Travel and Tourism Commission (CTTC) formally recognizes these efforts with the development of a sustainable tourism program to guide the industry’s future development in a sustainable...

California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance
  • Guide
  • Tool

The Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance's mission, vision and values best describe the combination of factors that motivated the California wine community to design, develop, implement and report on a comprehensive sustainability program.

California Transportation Plan
  • Plan

Defines goals, policies and strategies to achieve California’s future transportation system with a minimum 20-year planning horizon. This multimodal transportation system complements regional transportation plans and land use visions to meet the state’s future mobility needs.

California Trout
  • Tool
  • Training

While California Trout is headquartered in San Francisco, we have five strategically placed Regional Offices throughout the state: Eastern Sierra, Mount Shasta, North Coast, Northern Sierra, Southern California. Our mission is to protect and restore wild trout, steelhead, salmon, and their waters throughout California. Each office is staffed with knowledgeable conservationists who are:

1) Well-versed in local environmental, fish and water issues (along with the social, political and...

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