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C2ES: Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
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Welcome to C2ES – the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions – an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to advance strong policy and action to address the twin challenges of energy and climate change.

Launched in November 2011, C2ES is the successor to the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, long recognized in the United States and abroad as an influential and pragmatic voice on climate issues. The Pew Center’s founder, Eileen Claussen, and its senior team...

CA Climate Action Registry
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The California Climate Action Registry accepted its last emissions inventory reports and officially closed in December 2010. The California Registry recognized that success in emissions reporting must be based on consistent data in an integrated system that stretches beyond California's borders. Thus, it has been transitioning its members to The Climate Registry. The California Registry will continue to maintain emissions data from members' pioneering voluntary early action...

CA Sustainable Communities Planning Act
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California’s Sustainable Communities Planning Act (SB 375) was enacted in 2008 to help California fight global warming by addressing one of the largest and most rapidly growing sources of greenhouse gas emissions – the vehicle miles an average California family travels. Poor land use and transportation decisions have left an increasing number of Californians stuck with long car commutes to meet basic needs. By integrating greenhouse gas reduction goals into the existing regional...

Cal State Northridge Tourism Management
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The mission of the Department of Recreation and Tourism Management is to facilitate students' achievement of their educational and career goals through a learning-centered academic program that develops intellectual capacity and practical skills, is committed to excellence, experiential learning, and to the development of innovative professionals capable of adapting dynamic environments, using the Greater Los Angeles area as a laboratory.

CalAdapt
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The CEC and Google.org co-funded the Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI) to conduct an exploratory project to develop a Google Earth-based platform to engage the public on climate change impacts and adaptation in California. The web-based tool allows local governments to visualize climate change risk and adaptation options in California in the following categories: Climate Change on a Grid; Sea Level Rise; Wildfire Frequency; and Snow Pack Projections.

CALCOG Guide to Regional Planning as Revised by SB 375 (2009)
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What is an MPO, an RTPA, a Regional Transporation Plan (RTP) or Council of Government (COG)? This white paper explains these terms and summarizes what planning occurs at the regional level.

CalEMA Grants and Assistance
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CALEMA offers several grants relating to local assistance. Grants include disaster recovery, homeland security, law enforcement, emergency management performance, emergency operations, and victim services. Grant funding can have land use implications.

CalEPA - Climate Action Team (CAT)
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Executive Order S-3-05 directed the creation of the CAT. Chaired by the Secretary of CalEPA, the CAT consists of representatives from the Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency, the Department of Food and Agriculture, Resources Agency, Air Resources Board, Energy Commission, OPR, and Public Utilities Commission, as well as numerous other Boards and Departments. The CAT members work to coordinate statewide efforts to implement global warming emission reduction programs and the state's...

California Environmental Health Tracking Program
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Conducts surveillance on environmental exposures and hazards, as well as chronic diseases related to the environment. Also provides data on air quality, locations in CA where excess morbidity and mortality has occurred during heatwaves; locations of populations vulnerable to climate change, and other relevant data.

California Academy of Science
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The California Academy of Sciences is a multifaceted scientific institution committed to leading-edge research, to educational outreach, and to finding new and innovative ways to engage and inspire the public. The Academy's mission - to explore, explain and protect the natural world - extends to all corners of the institution; from a research expedition in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, to a teacher training program in a California classroom, to an interactive game on the museum exhibit...

California Agricultural Almanac
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The California Agricultural Almanac, or Cal Ag Almanac, is an interactive educational mapping tool that provides answers to the common questions, 'Where does my food come from?' and 'What foods are local?' It lets you find California crops, explore the places where crops are produced, and discover when they are in season. The Cal Ag Almanac also lets you discover farms and find markets, agricultural events and agritourism destinations throughout the state (the initial version of the Almanac...

California Air Resources Board - Biodiesel Program
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Biodiesel is America's first advanced biofuel – a renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that is reducing U.S. dependence on foreign petroleum, creating green jobs and improving our environment. Made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources such as agricultural oils, recycled cooking oil and animal fats, biodiesel meets the strict specifications of ASTM D6751. The National Biodiesel Board (NBB) is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry in the United...

California Assembly Concurrent Resolution (ACR 16)
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California's Healthy School Lunch Resolution (ACR 16), asks schools to offer a plant-based lunch option on the daily menu. It was introduced by Assemblyman Joe Nation (D:06) and sponsored by Project Healthy Beginnings (which has since become Project Lean and Green Schools.) Soy Happy® was Communications and Media coordinator for this resolution and was then on the advisory board for a national effort called CHOICE (listed with organizations in the next box.) CHOICE followed up on the...

California Association for Local Economic Development
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The California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED) is the premier statewide professional economic development organization dedicated to advancing its members’ ability to achieve excellence in delivering economic development services to their communities and business clients. CALED's membership consists of public and private organizations and individuals involved in economic development: the business of creating and retaining jobs.

California Biodiversity Council (CBC)
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CBC was formed in 1991 to improve coordination and cooperation between the various resource management and environmental protection organizations at federal, state, and local levels. Strengthening ties between local communities and governments has been a focus of the Council by way of promoting strong local leadership and encouraging comprehensive solutions to regional issues.

The Council was not created to independently establish new projects nor to become another bureaucracy. Its...

California Breathing Asthma Program
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Maintains an environmental focus on asthma-related activity by promoting the strategies outlined in the Strategic Plan for Asthma, as well as providing technical assistance, asthma prevalence data and related indicators for each California county.

California Carl Moyer Clean Engine Grant Program
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The Carl Moyer Program provides monetary grants to private companies and public agencies that clean up their heavy-duty engines more than required by air pollution regulations. For example, instead of rebuilding a 1983 diesel engine for $7,000, a company may choose to
re-power with a 1991 certified diesel engine at a cost of $30,000. A grant for up to the difference (or “incremental cost”) – $23,000 – may be available through the Carl Moyer Program in order to buy the lower emission...

California Cash for Appliances
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California residential consumers can get a $200 rebate for an eligible refrigerator, $100 for an efficient clothes washer, and $50 for a certified room air conditioner.

California Center for Sustainable Energy
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The California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating change for a clean energy future. Join us for free workshops; take advantage of incentive programs; attend our special events, and contact us for technical assistance. CCSE is here to help.

California Certified Unified Program Agency
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The CUPA Forum is a statewide association of CUPAs and Participating Agencies that implement the Unified Program. The Unified Program is the consolidation of six state environmental programs into one program under the authority of a Certified Unified Program Agency. These can be a county, city or JPA (Joint Powers Authority). This program was established under the amendments to the California Health and Safety Code made by SB 1082 in 1994.

The organization works to update and...

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