CARB Votes To Make California Carbon Neutral By 2045

Sacramento, Calif. (AP) – The California Air Resources Board has voted to approve an ambitious plan to achieve carbon neutrality in the state by 2045. The plan has a goal of cutting emissions in the energy, transportation and agriculture sectors. But its targets for capturing carbon from the atmosphere has left critics concerned that big emitters will have a pathway to keep polluting. The vote comes months after Governor Gavin Newsom wrote a letter to the board, urging it to approve drastic steps to cut emissions. The plan has undergone multiple changes after input from the public.


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