On October 1, we convened 11 elected officials, environmental luminaries and environmental justice leaders to discuss the potential creation of a statewide ballot measure ahead of November 2022 that could generate significant new funding to accelerate the deployment of transportation, infrastructure and other technologies to finish cleaning our air and significantly abate climate change. The consensus from that program was clear: it is imperative to raise the funding necessary to meet California's vital climate and air quality goals while building a just and equitable economy. On December 3, join a new slate of leaders to continue the conversation, this time targeting the intersection of transportation and our climate. The transportation sector is California's largest source of greenhouse gases (GHG), accounting for 40 percent of statewide emissions. The state has already committed to reducing GHG emissions to 40% below 1990 levels by 2030, as well as to carbon neutrality - removing as much carbon dioxide from the air as we emit into it - by 2045, but are there further steps can be taken? Come learn how clean transportation can help the state meet these ambitious goals, and the steps that are necessary to get us there.
An initiative of the Climate & Clean Air Initiative. Co-presented by Move LA.
- Kevin Maggay / SoCalGas
- Todd Campbell / Clean Energy
- Raj Dillon / Breath California
- Susana Reyes / Sierra Club
- John Boesel / CALSTART
- Matt Miyasato / South Coast Air Quality Management District
- Steve Cliff / California Air Resources Board
- Rajinder Sahota / California Air Resources Board
- Dawn Wilson / Southern California Edison
- Nick Josefowitz / SPUR
- Denny Zane / Move LA
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