CCEC encourages you to review and comment!
On May 10, 2022, CARB released its Draft 2022 Scoping Plan, which assesses progress toward the statutory 2030 target, while laying out a path to achieving carbon neutrality no later than 2045. Release of the draft plan triggers a formal 45-day public comment period. During the 45-day public comment period. The 2022 Scoping Plan Update focuses on outcomes needed to achieve carbon neutrality by assessing paths for clean technology, energy deployment, natural and working lands, and others, and is designed to meet the State’s long-term climate objectives and support a range of economic, environmental, energy security, environmental justice, and public health priorities.
Since the work of emission reduction largely happens within communities like those each of you serve, we know our CCEC Network has an interest in the Draft Scoping Plan as well as valuable expertise that can help improve it. We wanted to make sure you are aware of several opportunities to learn more about the Scoping Plan and to comment on the Draft, including those listed below.
- June 14 @ 11am: CCEC’s June LERN meeting will host a guest speaker who will provide an overview of the Draft Scoping Plan. At this meeting, CCEC will also facilitate an initial input discussion and share how it will be compiling comments from our network. We’d appreciate your thoughts and collaboration, so please register to join us here. If you’d like to coordinate directly with CCEC on Draft Scoping Plan comments, please contact Angie Hacker email@example.com.
- June 16 @ 6 pm: The Environmental Justice Advisory Committee (EJAC) is holding a Community Workshop via Zoom on the 2022 California Climate Change Scoping Plan. RSVP here. The EJAC is the statutorily-required body of Environmental Justice organizations from all over California established to advise CARB on development of the 2022 Scoping Plan Update. RSVP here.
- June 23 @ 9am: CARB Public Meeting to Consider the Draft 2022 Climate Change Scoping Plan. More information here.
- June 24: Deadline for written comments directly, which can be submitted here.