Recorded on September 2016

Has California's Climate Law Helped or Hurt California?

Description 

Ten years ago California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the most important piece of climate legislation in the world. The law, AB 32, created a market for the right to emit carbon pollution that is generating billions of dollars in revenue.

Catherine Reheis-Boyd, President of the Western States Petroleum Association responds to a question on how helpful California's climate law AB 32 has been.

Speakers at this Event

Senator, California State Senate

President, Western States Petroleum Association

Member, California Air Resources Board