This page last reviewed February 4, 2016
Adaptive Management - Localized Air Quality Impacts
- U.S. Forest Protocol Adaptive Management Posted Feb. 2, 2016
- GHG Emissions Visualization and Analysis Tool (v2.0) Posted Nov. 5, 2015
- Adaptive Management Discussion Guide Posted Nov. 5, 2015
The plan is focused on two specific areas:
- Localized air quality impacts from cap-and-trade covered entities under the regulation, and
The information below is focused on the localized impacts component of Adaptive Management. For adaptive management information regarding the regulation's U.S. Forest Compliance Offset Protocol, please see the U.S. Forest Compliance Offset Protocol Adaptive Management page.
What is Adaptive Management?
Adaptive management is the ongoing process we use to assess the implementation of our regulations. As issues arise, we will propose any necessary actions or policies to improve the effectiveness of the regulation.
Archived Regional Public Meetings
ARB held a series of regional public meetings to discuss the draft Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process. During the meetings, ARB staff provided a summary of the draft proposed process, schedule, and timeline for public comment. Staff is seeking input on the draft proposed process. We welcome and encourage your participation in this effort.
|Date and Time||Title||Location||Materials|
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
|Regional Public Meeting to Discuss the Draft Proposed Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process (Sacramento)||Cal/EPA
Coastal Hearing Room
1001 I Street, 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
|Regional Public Meeting to Discuss the Draft Proposed Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process (Los Angeles)||California
Department of Transportation Building
100 South Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
|Regional Public Meeting to Discuss the Draft Proposed Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process (Fresno)||San
Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District
Central Region Office
Governing Board Room
1990 E. Gettysburg Avenue
Fresno, CA 93726
|Regional Public Meeting to Discuss the Draft Proposed Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process (Bay Area)||Maple
Hall Community Center
1 Alvarado Square
San Pablo, California 94806