Climate impacts will not be uniform across the world, and it is necessary to have climate impact information at a finer resolution (i.e.
the western United States, the state of California, subregions and communities in California) in order to craft local, state and regional climate policies and solutions.
California’s leadership in climate change policy is built on a strong foundation of research addressing the impacts of climate change on the state, as well as strategies to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
While an intangible concept, having a good reputation can benefit a business in a multitude of ways including: consumer preference; support for an organization in times of crisis or controversy; and the future value of an organization in the marketplace.
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California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment California’s Climate Change Research Plan, released in 2015, articulates near-term climate change research needs to ensure that the state stays on track to meet its climate goals.
The Fourth Climate Change Assessment is the first inter-agency effort to implement a substantial portion of the Climate Change Research Plan.