CA Bills Now References


[1] CalMatters: “California is a global leader in combating climate change, but it hasn’t been enough“ and

“Dealing with climate change won’t be easy”

[2]  and Citi:

[3] MarkJacobson, “Dirty Energy, Clean Solutions Conference” Keynote Speech,  (2014, San Francisco)

[4] Cashing in on All of the Above: Pg 22

[5] It's official: July 2015 was the hottest month on record

[6] California battles unprecedented wildfire, fueled by drought

[7] Estimated social cost of climate change not accurate, Stanford scientists say

[8] The Cost of Climate Change “$1.9 trillion annually (in today's dollars) by 2100”

[9] Pentagon Signals Security Risks of Climate Change

[10] The Impacts Of Sea-Level Rise On The California Coast  and    THE ECONOMIC COSTS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE  TO CALIFORNIA BEACH COMMUNITIES

[11] Study Finds Coastal Flooding From Sea Level Rise May Cost $100,000B Annually by 2100

[12] New Research Warns Of Catastrophic Food Shortages Due To Unchecked Climate Change

[13] Ocean acidification threatens entire marine food chains

[14] Health and Climate Change: Accounting for Costs

[15] People in Poor Neighborhoods Breathe More Hazardous Particles,

[16]    Climate Change Is Set To Drive Up Visits To The Emergency Room,

[17] The High Cost of Fossil Fuels (2009)

“Between 1990 and 2006, 51 large oil spills in the United States resulted in the expenditure of between $860 million and $1.1 billion in removal costs and compensation for damages.”

[18] UK “Fossil Fuel Price Projections” “2035:  Low: 75.0, Central: 135.0, High: 190.0”

[19] Jobs from Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (2009)

[20] Putting renewables and energy efficiency to work: How many jobs can the clean energy industry generate in the US? “An expanded technology analysis and envelope would include more up to date information on coal and natural gas employment estimates, further elaboration on CCS costs and employment benefits, and inclusion of ‘‘smart grid’’, storage, ocean energy and other emerging technologies.”

[21] Renewable Energy as a Hedge Against Fuel Price Fluctuation

[22] Comparing Energy Costs per Mile for Electric and Gasoline-Fueled Vehicles

[23] “Energy Efficiency as a Low-Cost Resource for Achieving Carbon Emissions Reductions”   “Energy savings potentials range from 8.5% to 26.3%”

[24] Benefits of Renewable Energy Use   “between $361.7 and $886.5 billion”

[25] Providing all global energy with wind, water, and solar power, Part I: Technologies, energy resources, quantities and areas of infrastructure, and materials


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