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California’s Climate Change Policies: Lessons for the Nation

Mary D. Nichols


and our nation. California is already experiencing its impacts. Over the past 100 years, the Golden State has seen a seven-inch rise in sea level, eroding our coastal communities and threatening critical infrastructure.1 In the winter, more of our precipitation now falls as rain rather than snow, leading to less water availability in the critical spring and summer months.2 California has already experienced a more severe and prolonged wildfire season. These effects are merely a small window into the issues that California faces with a cha


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