Getting Ready to COUNT CARBON

Sullivan, Patrick
March 2009
Pollution Engineering;Mar2009, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the implications of Assembly Bill 32 (AB32) in California. According to the author, AB32 introduces a strict legislation that addresses greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) which aims to achieve 25% of emission wherein all government agencies and private companies are subject for compliance. It also cites the five essential sectors that are addressed by AB32 since they are responsible for GHG by 80% which includes transportation, forestry, agriculture, electricity generation and industrial along with the plans of the plans of companies under the industry on how to comply with AB32.


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