United States: More bold steps on protecting state’s coast

Sacramento Bee: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's environmental legacy certainly includes Assembly Bill 32, the law that aims to reduce carbon emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. Equally significant, and less well known, is his support for conserving California's diverse coastal and marine wildlife and habitats along the 1,100-mile coastline. During his tenure, much of the process for creating a network of regional marine protected areas has come to fruition. More than a decade ago, the Legislature passed the Marine......

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