Letter from the Acting Co-Directors: 2019 and Beyond

Dear ClimatePlan Network Partners and Allies,

First things first: We’re delighted to share that the newest ClimatePlanner arrived a few short weeks ago! Chanell Fletcher, our Executive Director, delivered a strong, healthy baby boy. Mom and baby are doing well and are supported by loving family and friends.

While Chanell takes time with her growing family, ClimatePlan continues the work ahead.

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A Letter from the ClimatePlan Director: 2018 Reflections and the Year Ahead

Dear ClimatePlan partners, allies, and friends:

I hope you’re enjoying the holiday season! I can’t believe we’re at the end of 2018 already. Before we’re officially in 2019, I want to hit the pause button to show you how much we’ve done together.

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Lead the way, California: A transportation platform for the new administration

This week, Climate Resolve and ClimatePlan joined nearly 50 organizations across the state in releasing a comprehensive transportation platform to support Governor-elect Gavin Newsom and his administration in moving California forward.
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California regions are not on track to achieve climate goals—what comes next?

New report from ARB: CA falling short on climate as driving increases

Last week, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) released a report that found California regions are not on track to achieve their climate goals. Regional plans to reduce emissions are not translating into changes on the ground. For more information, read our press release here and media stories from LATimes,  San Diego Union Tribune, SacBee, Grist, StreetsblogCA, Capital Public Radio, KPCC Air Talk, and  KPBS.

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The RTP/SCS is adopted—what’s next? Building Capacity in Northern San Joaquin Valley

In our last blog post, we shared that the Northern San Joaquin Valley faces unique challenges. While it has some of the most productive agricultural land in the world, it is under pressure from sprawl development, increased traffic as super-commuters drive to and from Sacramento and the Bay Area, and the air quality is some of the worst in the country. The recent wildfire have only exacerbated the poor air quality.

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