Thursday, April 20, 2017

Bay Area Climate Plan Aims at Carbon-Free Future

The San Francisco Bay Area could be on a path to a carbon-free future, under a plan passed by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. The nine-county agency has unveiled a plan to reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants over the next three decades. The district hopes to address climate change and set a model for the nation in the absence of federal action.
Christopher Martinez reports.