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County Project ID Project Name Agency Program Project Type Description Total GGRF Dollars Implemented ($) GHG Reductions (MTCO2e) Project Life (Years) Number of Projects # of Projects Benefitting Disadvantaged Communities Dollars Benefitting Disadvantaged Communities ($) # of Projects Within Disadvantaged Communities Dollars Within Disadvantaged Communities ($) Co-Benefits Senate Assembly
Footnotes:
  1. GHG reduction estimates in the project list are based on ARB quantification methodologies for Implemented Projects.
  2. The High-Speed Rail Authority’s GHG reduction estimate of 58.7 MTCO2e over its 50 year operating life is based on the 2016 Sustainability Report and the 2016 Business Plan.
  3. For FY 2014-15 LCTOP projects, as an interim guide to comply with the GHG reduction requirement, Caltrans, in consultation with ARB, developed and used a list of eligible projects determined to meet the statutory requirements of SB 862 for distribution of funds, and did not quantify GHG emission reductions at the project scale for FY 2014-15.
  4. Some projects are not located at a single address, and therefore could be attributable to multiple legislative districts. For projects that physically cross multiple legislative districts (e.g., transit projects), the entire project funding and other benefits are attributed to all relevant districts. High-Speed Rail is an exception because these figures include the implemented funding amount—$348M—but do not attribute GHG or other benefits from that project, which will occur over the 50-year operating life beginning in 2025. For projects that report at the census tract level (e.g., vouchers, rebates, and household installations), the entire project funding and other benefits are attributed to a single district as determined by which district includes the majority of the census tract.
This map contains information on investments California has made using the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF), which is funded from the State’s Cap-and-Trade Program. These projects represent a subset of a larger and coordinated effort to make climate and energy investments throughout California that further the State’s climate goals.

The legend to the right of the map provides: See "Using the Map" for more information. Note on census tract data: Some Low Carbon Transportation and Low Income Weatherization programs are summarized and displayed by census tracts. Areas where these census tracts overlap are displayed on the map as a new color not included in the legend.

For a map of investments beyond those funded from the GGRF, see here.

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This map can be filtered by either county or legislative district. The map also provides the ability to list and extract detailed information on each of the projects in the selected areas. To filter, select the “View by" filter in the right content pane. Select a specific county or legislative district, and filter the map by clicking “Filter.” Once filtered, summation statistics will show in the right pane. Users can create a list of all projects associated with the selected county or legislative districts by clicking the ”Create Project Table for” button that appears at the bottom of the map. This will create a project table at the bottom of the screen. “Reset View” will reset the map and the filter criteria.

Some projects are not located at a single address, and therefore could be attributable to multiple legislative districts. For projects that physically cross multiple legislative districts (e.g., transit projects), the entire project funding and other benefits are attributed to all relevant districts. High-Speed Rail is an exception because these figures include the implemented funding amount—$348M—but do not attribute GHG or other benefits from that project, which will occur over the 50-year operating life beginning in 2025. For projects that report at the census tract level (e.g., vouchers, rebates, and household installations), the entire project funding and other benefits are attributed to a single district as determined by which district includes the majority of the census tract.
For more information on California Climate Investments, visit the program webpage or contact us via email.
To download an excel list of all GGRF funded projects click here.
To download a geodatabase containing all GGRF funded project data, including spatial data, click here.
This map shows the investments California is making using funds generated from the State’s Cap-and-Trade Program. Proceeds from the Cap-and-Trade Program facilitate comprehensive and coordinated investments throughout California that further the State’s climate goals. These California Climate Investments support programs and projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the State and also deliver environmental, economic, and public health benefits, including benefits to disadvantaged communities. 14 State agencies are collectively implementing California Climate Investments. The California Air Resources Board (ARB) staff developed this map from the data these agencies submitted for the 2017 California Climate Investments Annual Report to the Legislature; the projects in this map represent investments made through December 2017.

For more information on each of the California Climate Investment programs, see the Auction Proceeds Funded Programs Page.