Carbon neutral isn’t good enough. California (and all states) need to be carbon negative by 2030

climate change global warming

California (and other states) are hotter and drier than (they were) 30 years ago. Average summer temperatures have already risen about 3 degrees Fahrenheit in the past century, and a recent study found that our driest days are about 33% drier than they were 40 years ago. Prolonged drought and tinderbox conditions have made megafires routine. Last year, an area equal to 12 cities of Los Angeles burned across California, costing billions. Our economy is going to suffer the bitter taste of the new normal unless the state takes aggressive action.

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