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Will Trump end California’s climate rules? 


By Paul Rogers

After eight years in which California had a partner in President Barack Obama in expanding renewable energy and electric vehicles, signing international deals and writing tougher pollution laws to the consternation of industry and Republicans, the election of Donald Trump now sets up the Golden State as a land in environmental exile.
Experts say it’s about to become a country within a country, moving sharply in the opposite direction of the White House and Congress on climate change and environmental policy, as California sets its own agenda with sympathetic states and countries.
“We will protect the precious rights of our people and continue to confront the existential threat of our time – devastating climate change,” Gov. Jerry Brown said following Trump’s stunning upset.
The president-elect’s views on climate change couldn’t be more different from Obama’s. Trump has called it “an expensive hoax.” He promises to pull out…

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November 15, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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