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1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the sponsors of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways

By Christopher Yang, David Mccollum, Ryan Mccarthy, Wayne Leighty and Lutsey Joan Ogden Daniel Sperling

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and Joshua Cunningham for their valuable input, comments, and reviews of this report, and they acknowledge the participants of the 2007 Asilomar Conference on climate change and transportation, whose shared wisdom and dialogue spawned this research effort. The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily represent those of any sponsoring organization or outside reviewer. 2 PS. SUMMARY FOR POLICYMAKERS Climate change in California could have a large impact on the state’s economy, natural and managed ecosystems, and human health and mortality. In an effort to mitigate such consequences, Governor Schwarzenegger signed Executive Order S-3-05 in 2005, and the state passed landmark legislation, the Global Warming Solutions Act (AB32), in 2006. The Executiv

Year: 2008
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