Local Solutions Support Center’s virtual training webinar on preemption impact research findings:
When: December 4th from 2-3pm ET
What: Three leading preemption researchers on a webinar to help advocates anticipate and prepare for 2020 legislative session, including Mark Treskon, Senior Research Associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute; Jennifer Pomeranz, Assistant Professor, College of Global Public Health at New York University; and, Jennifer Karas Montez, Professor of Sociology, the Gerald B. Cramer Faculty Scholar in Aging Studies, and Co-Director of the Policy, Place, and Population Health Lab at Syracuse University.
How to Register: Please register for this meeting online.
Climate Change & the Natural Environment
AG Donovan joins lawsuit to preserve California’s advanced clean car standards
MONTPELIER – Attorney General T.J. Donovan joined a coalition of states to file a lawsuit opposing the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attempt to revoke portions of a waiver it previously granted to the State of California permitting the state to implement its greenhouse gas (GHG) and zero emission vehicle (ZEV) standards. Today’s action, filed in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, is part of the states’ ongoing fight to protect California’s Advanced Clean Car Standards. The California standards, which are more protective than those established by the federal government, are followed, in whole or in part, by 13 other states – including Vermont. They are a key part of state-level efforts to protect public health, clean air, and the environment.