Executive Officer of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Richard Corey unilaterally rejected a petition request from a coalition of environmental justice, animal protection, and community groups to immediately initiate a rulemaking to eliminate credits for factory farm gas from one of California’s premier climate programs, the Low Carbon Fuel Standard.
One of California’s primary climate programs, the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS), is dramatically overstating the climate benefits of using methane gas sourced from factory farms as a transportation fuel.
Environmental justice, animal rights, and community organizations urge CARB to eliminate credits for factory farm gas in the Low Carbon Fuel Standard.
Statement issued by Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability following a vote by the California Air Resources Board to phase out ag burning. FRESNO -- While we are pleased that CARB voted to phase out agricultural (ag) burning in the…
Healthy air and climate justice in California are inextricably linked to the Board’s leadership. We look forward to working with these incoming and returning members of the Board to realize true equity and environmental justice.