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secretary of the state Environmental Protection Agency, said California's green technology companies are eyeing billions of dollars in new investment to help the state meets its goals. climate change conference in Poland. The plan being considered this week by the Air Resources Board will create the framework for implementing specific aspects of the law in the years ahead. Most of the reductions in California's emissions will come from more detailed regulations that will be written over the next few years, including rules governing a cap and trade program that launches in 2012 to help the largest polluters achieve emission cuts. A cap and trade program is a key feature of California's strategy to help power plants, oil and gas refiners, manufacturers and other major polluters gradually lower carbon emissions. The idea is to allow businesses that cannot cut their emissions because of cost or technical hurdles to buy credits from companies that have achieved cleaner emissions. But allowing businesses to buy their way out of the problem is another contentious part of the plan. Representatives of California's poor communities say the polluting power plants, refineries and factories in their neighborhoods could write a check rather than cut emissions. "We believe that trading schemes don't work and they crowd out things that could, that trading stifles innovation," said Angela Johnson Meszaros, a member of an environmental justice committee that reviewed the plan.

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SACRAMENTO air regulators meet Thursday to consider the nation's most sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, one that will transform how people travel, utilities generate power and businesses use electricity. California's plan also relies on creating the broadest market yet in carbon credit trading in a bid to give the state's worst polluters cheaper ways to cut the amount of heat trapping greenhouse gases they produce. The restrictions being considered this week by the California Air Resources Board represent the first time the state has committed to a plan to implement a landmark 2006 law that has made it a global leader in combating climate change. and other countries. "It is a major milestone in California's effort to deal with global climate change," Air Resources Board chairwoman Mary Nichols told The Associated Press. "We will be adopting a plan that will serve as a template not only for California but other states and the national government." If adopted, the plan will set clear strategies for how the country's most populous state plans to cut emissions at a time many governments around the world are struggling with a financial crisis that threatens to undermine efforts to fight climate change. California's commitment coincides with the final days of a United Nations conference in Poland during which negotiators are working on an international global warming treaty to replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. delegation sent by President George Bush reiterated its long held opposition to targeted reductions. But President elect Barack Obama has struck a different tone. negotiations next year. He wants to establish California's targets to reduce emissions for the entire country. The 2006 law, called the Global Warming Solutions Act but commonly referred to as AB32, mandates that California cut emissions by a third to 1990 levels 2020. The strategy chosen Omega Speedmaster Leather Strap

state to pursue all these measures when success is really dependent on a lot more other jurisdictions," Niello told The Associated Press. An air board analysis published in September projected California's economy would grow at a faster rate under the emissions cut than if it did nothing. It also estimated 100,000 more jobs would be created and the average California household would save $400 a year by driving more fuel efficient vehicles and living in more energy efficient homes. Nichols said her board had done a thorough job of assessing the plan. She said she was optimistic the country would be out of recession by the time California's industries, commercial businesses and individuals must begin complying with emission regulations in 2012. Once all the measures are in force, the air board projects the cost to the state at $25 billion in 2020, but said they will be more than offset by the savings it estimates at $40 billion that year. The state's global warming plan touches virtually every sector of the economy, primarily by changing the fuels that California uses to power its vehicles and generate electricity. It also encourages forest preservation and plans to capture methane gas at landfills. Supporters of the law also hope it will make California a leader in green technology, attracting investments and jobs. Winston Hickox, a former Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy

by air regulators will create 31 new regulations affecting all facets of life, from what fuels Californians put in their vehicles to what kind of air conditioners businesses put in their buildings. The average Californian, for example, can expect to pay to have their car tires inflated during oil changes and should expect to pay higher power bills as utilities try to increase their use of renewable energy. They also could see more fuel efficient cars at dealerships, better public transportation, housing near schools and businesses, and utility rebates to equip their homes to be more energy efficient. New fees and reporting requirements will accompany the emission rules. Finding the right ways to implement California's target has not been without controversy. Republicans, small businesses and major industries that will be forced to change their operations beginning in 2012 say jobs could be lost, companies might leave the state and energy prices will skyrocket. "Transforming the California economy Omega Seamaster Vintage Bracelet into one that runs on clean technologies falls flat if it means scores of businesses will be closing their doors and more and more people are sent to the unemployment lines," said John Kabateck, executive director of the California branch of the National Federation of Independent Business. The air board's background work has been criticized in reviews by California's nonpartisan legislative analyst and independent scientists, with both groups saying the costs to the state could be greater than projected. "AB32 is presented as a riskless 'free lunch' for Californians," Matthew E. Kahn, a professor of economics at the University of California, Los Angeles, wrote to the board. "I would like to believe this claim but . there are too many uncertainties and open microeconomic questions for me to believe this." Republican state lawmaker Roger Niello of Fair Oaks requested the board perform a more thorough economic analysis and postpone its vote on the global warming plan. "It's unfair to the citizens of our Omega Seamaster 300 Bracelet

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