Could California’s cap-and-trade system control other pollution, too?

Jed Kim Apr 20, 2017
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Could California’s cap-and-trade system control other pollution, too?

Jed Kim Apr 20, 2017
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Even as the White House rolls back national climate change programs, California is moving forward on a cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Yet the Golden State still has some of the highest air pollution in the nation from other pollutants its industrial plants spew. A new bill would use California’s cap-and-trade rules to regulate those toxins, too.     

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