Assembly Bill 32: Global Warming Solutions Act AB 32
requires California to lower greenhouse gas emissions to 1990
levels by 2020.
AB 32 Scoping Plan Approved by the Air Resources Board
(2011), the Scoping Plan provides the outline for actions to
reduce California’s GHG emissions, as required in AB32.
341: Mandatory Commercial Recycling Businesses and
public entities that generate four cubic yards or more of waste
per week and multifamily dwellings with five or more units are
required to recycle.
Bill 375 Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act
Requires Air Resources Board to develop regional greenhouse gas
emission reduction targets for passenger vehicles, for 2020 and
2035 for each of the State’s 18 Metropolitan Planning
Executive Order S-3-05 Established greenhouse gas emission
reduction targets for California: By 2020, reduce GHG emissions
to 1990 levels and By 2050, reduce GHG emissions to 80 percent
below 1990 levels.
Program A key component of AB32 that regulates major
sources of GHG emissions in the State such as refineries, power
plants, industrial facilities, and transportation fuels, through
an enforceable GHG cap that will decline over time.
Prop 39: California Clean Jobs Energy Act Provides up to $550
million annually to the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund, for five
fiscal years beginning with the 2013-14 fiscal year for various
energy efficiency-related grant programs.
Assembly Bill 1358: Complete Streets Act Requires that
when any county or city updates or revises their general plan’s
circulation element, they include plans for multi-modal network.
In December 2010, the Governor’s Office of Planning & Research,
issued general plan update guidelines for implementing the provisions of