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Watch: SB 260 Will Hold Corporate Polluters Accountable

SB 260, the Climate Corporate Accountability Act, would provide necessary transparency and accountability by requiring big corporations to publicly disclose their full carbon footprint. The bill has already passed the State Senate and two key Assembly committees, but we need your help to get it over the finish line. Will you call your Assemblymember and urge them to support SB 260?

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Eat a Peach! Head to your Local Farmers Market for Sustainable (and Tasty) Produce

It’s summer time, and you know what that means in California: the best seasonal produce, especially at Farmers Markets! Summer is the best time for fruits and vegetables, and there’s no better place to buy them than at Farmers Markets or through Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs), which delivers produce directly from a farm to its subscribers on a weekly basis.

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Watch: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Advanced Clean Cars II

Cars are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is considering the Advanced Clean Cars II Rule, which represents a significant opportunity to move the needle in the deepening climate crisis. Watch our video to learn more about this critical policy, why the proposal doesn’t go far enough, and how we are going to strengthen it.

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Climate Insider Donor Spotlight – Interview with Noel Perry

“What’s so important about CA Environmental Voters is that they’re in Sacramento, ready to fight for the right policies to make California better when it comes to climate change. The organization is fighting for votes in the legislature and working with the governor to achieve the goals that are so important for the preservation of the planet, and for life on earth, by reducing emissions in California.”

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Watch: Double Down on Climate Investments in the California Budget

Given that California has a historic budget surplus of over $97 billion, now is the time to make a down payment on our future and double down on our climate investment. Governor Newsom’s budget proposals are historic but insufficient to meet our biggest challenge: making California fossil fuel free in a way that is economically and racially just. We need to invest 5% of the state budget on climate. Watch our video to learn more about what a Climate Courage Budget entails.