Many of the California businesses and industries directly regulated under the state’s cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emission reduction program supported Assembly Bill 398, which was enacted
Harvard professor Robert Stavins joins Latham partner Bob Wyman to review key climate change mitigation policies.
California has made significant strides against climate change except when it comes to transportation. Since 2012, per capita greenhouse gas emissions from cars, trucks and
When Assembly Bill 398 (Garcia, E) was signed into law last year to extend California’s landmark greenhouse gas cap-and trade carbon market through 2030, it
Showing the line-item cost to consumers of carbon-reduction programs assists legislators in crafting effective policy and helps fuel consumers make informed decisions. To that end,