Document Title Planning Policy Principles For Climate Change Response
Type Climate Change- Greenhouse Gas
SCH# none
County Name Multiple Counties
Lead Agency
Abstract
Land use patterns, transportation/land use relationships, and urban design all substantially influence energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) generation. To achieve the carbon reduction goals of AB 32, a multi-faceted response will be necessary that incorporates both traditional strategies and new approaches to reduce emissions. Community planning and land development policies emphasizing sustainable planning and design will be essential as part of the carbon-reduction response in California, particularly in light of the State’s continued population growth. The current CCAPA Legislative Platform already promotes sustainable communities, green building design, and reduced use of fossil fuels. This paper provides further details specifically addressing greenhouse gas emissions.


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