Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign new climate change agreement

LA Times: Gov. Jerry Brown will sign a new climate change agreement with "government leaders from around the world" on Tuesday, his office announced. The agreement comes three weeks after the governor ordered new targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in California. He's also been pushing for more renewable energy, lower gasoline consumption and better efficiency in older buildings. Even as Brown works to set a high bar for tackling climate change in California, he's been keenly aware of the need......

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