Attention turns to Governor Brown as California cap-and-trade bills stumble in legislature

Published 13:22 on June 6, 2017  /  Last updated at 00:26 on September 16, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, US  /  No Comments

After months of focus on the Californian Assembly as the route for extending the state’s carbon market beyond 2020, attention is now pivoting to Governor Jerry Brown and the budget trailer bill as the main hope for the future of the scheme, though support for a separate, controversial Senate bill is also said to be growing.

After months of focus on the Californian Assembly as the route for extending the state’s carbon market beyond 2020, attention is now pivoting to Governor Jerry Brown and the budget trailer bill as the main hope for the future of the scheme, though support for a separate, controversial Senate bill is also said to be growing.

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