Climate change is a challenging new and rapidly changing field for planners. Since emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) are a contributing factor, typically a climate change analysis is relegated to being included in air quality sections of a CEQA/NEPA document. However, with the California Office of Planning and Research proposing a separate section in Appendix G – Initial Study Checklist for greenhouse gases and the non-air quality effects from climate change on the project, a separate section/chapter for climate change may be more appr
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