With the passage of the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32), California has become a leader in national and international efforts to mitigate or limit the emission of the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. Yet as the state prepares to launch an ambitious plan to bring emissions down to 1990 levels by 2020, new policy challenges loom on the horizon. This conference unveils some of the latest research, and provides an opportunity for discussion and exchange with state and local climate policy leaders.
Seth Fearey, Vice President and COO, Joint Venture: Silicon Valley; Director, Smart Valley Initiative
Steve Goldbeck, Deputy Director, Climate Change and Legislation, San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission
Senator Bob Dutton, 31st District