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Coordinated Governance of Air & Climate Pollutants: Lessons from the California Experience

Coordinated Governance of Air & Climate Pollutants: Lessons from the California Experience

Publish Date:
Nov 3, 2020
Grantee:
School of Law of UCLA

In August 2020, Energy Foundation China supported School of Law of UCLA to carry out study of the coordinated management regulation of ozone, PM2.5 and greenhouse gases experience of California. The results were released in a report titled “Coordinated Governance of Air & Climate Pollutants: Lessons from the California Experience.”

California is one of the first regions to coordinatively manage air pollution and climate change. The report systematically reviews and analyzes the experience of California in the overall planning, policies and measures on clean air and climate objectives in the past 15 years.

This report is, to our knowledge, the first to focus on air pollution and climate change co-control experience in California. It will be a valuable reference in promoting the collaborative management of air and climate in China, with better plan and more sophisticatedly synthesis air pollution and climate change policies, reduce costs and workload, as well as achieve emission reduction goals.

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