ClimatePlan is a network of dozens of organizations; together, we are changing how land-use planning and transportation investments occur throughout California.

This work is critical to meeting California's ambitious climate change goals  and we aim to achieve much more. Our vision is to create a healthier, more sustainable California, where people of all backgrounds and incomes have the opportunity to thrive.


  • SB 827: Could This Be the Start of Something Big?

    Since ClimatePlan has now weighed in at the New York Times, it seems only fitting that we should dedicate a piece on our blog to the California bill that’s getting national attention: Senate Bill (SB) 827.
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    The Targets are Set: Eyes on the (GHG Reduction) Prize

    On March 22, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) met to adopt the updated greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets for each region of the state. The final SB 375 GHG reduction targets are below.  For the four largest regions in the state:  The Bay Area's 2035 GHG reduction target was 15%, it's now 19% Sacramento's 2035 GHG reduction target was 16%, it's now 19% San Diego's 2035 GHG reduction target was 13%, it's now 19% Southern California's 2035 GHG reduction target was 13%, it's now 19% For the regions in the Central Valley:  Fresno's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 13% Kern's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 15% King's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 13% Madera's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 16% Merced's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 14% San Joaquin's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 16% Stanislaus' 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 16% Tulare's 2035 GHG reduction target was 10%, it's now 16% 
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