The California Environmental Protection Agency announced more than $1 million in grants to 28 organizations and federally recognized tribal governments statewide. The grants are designed to improve environmental and health conditions, and to promote public engagement in California communities disproportionately burdened by pollution.
News & Updates
Impacts of Climate Change in California Significant and Increasingly Stark, New Report Says (5/9/18)
From record temperatures to proliferating wildfires and rising seas, California is already feeling the significant and growing effects of climate change, according to a new report released today that tracks 36 indicators of climate change and its impacts on the state.
A report released in March 2018 details the dramatic growth last year in Cap-and-Trade investments that are reducing greenhouse gas emissions while strengthening local economies and improving public health and the environment across the state, especially in disadvantaged and low-income communities.
California Officials Testify against U.S. EPA’s Proposed Repeal of National Climate Policy (2/28/18)
Top California policymakers testified in February in strong opposition to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan, the centerpiece of federal efforts to fight climate change.