Climate Change Action
[The Climate Change Advisory Group (CCAG), established by Executive Order 2005-02, has submitted a Climate Action Plan to the Governor.] A goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to the 2000 level by 2020 in the state of Arizona is adopted and the state is further charged with working to achieve this goal by 2012. The Climate Change Executive Committee (CCEC) is established with members to be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Governor. The CCEC is charged with development of strategies to implement the Climate Change Advisory Group Recommendations and meet the newly adopted GHG goal. In addition, it charges state agencies with the development of a state GHG registry, development of standards for low-emissions fuels and conducting a pilot program to permit certain hybrid cars into the High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes. The Executive Order further charges the state with moving to a low-emissions fleet.
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