AB 32, the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, codified California’s goal to reduce global warming emissions to 1990 levels. Regulatory efforts to implement AB 32 have begun and continue to drive the evolution of air quality rule making. How are districts responding? How are other agencies, such as the California Air Resources Board, getting involved? How can industry best apply current thinking to develop adaptation strategies under these new regulations?
The second annual conference on California air quality regulation will afford you the opportunity to hear from leading legal, government and industry experts on what to expect as regulatory agencies begin implementing this significant legislation. You will also hear the latest expert views on other major air quality topics, including the emerging issue of fine particle (PM 2.5) emissions.
Richard Penna will be speaking at this event.
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