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CEQA Streamlining for Infill: Right Idea, Flawed Approach

February 24, 2012.  By Autumn Bernstein, ClimatePlan Director. For years, CEQA has been California’s most powerful tool to evaluate the impacts of proposed development projects.  But it’s fair to say that CEQA has too often been misused to block infill, affordable, and transit-oriented development. A new effort is underway to change that –- with mixed […]

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Southern California’s SCS sets lofty goals – but can it reach them?

February 7, 2012.  The draft SCS for Southern California’s 6-county megaregion hit the streets in December.  The plan’s nearly 2000 pages and whopping $525 billion pricetag are reminders of just how much is at stake. The good news is that if all the components of the plan come to fruition, Southern California will achieve its […]

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