authors: Pavley, E. Garcia
co-authors: Allen, Atkins, Beall, Block, Bloom, Chau, Chiu, Chu, De León, C. Garcia, Hancock, Hill, Jackson, Jones-Sawyer, Leno, Liu, McCarty, McGuire, Mitchell, Monning, Quirk, Rendon, M. Stone, Thurmond, Ting, Wieckowski, Williams, Wolk, Wood
California is home to six of the ten most polluted cities in the country. Reducing emissions would drastically improve the health of our state and make us climate leaders for the nation. SB32 reduces greenhouse gases by requiring emissions to drop 40% from 1990 levels by 2030. SB32 is known colloquially as the child of AB32, California’s signature climate change law, passed in 2006, that required the Air Resources Board, by 2020, to formulate a plan that would bring greenhouse gas emissions down to 1990 levels.