Food processors, like this Pacific Coast Producers tomato plant in Woodland, are among the California businesses required to participate in the state’s cap-and-trade carbon program.
Food processors, like this Pacific Coast Producers tomato plant in Woodland, are among the California businesses required to participate in the state’s cap-and-trade carbon program. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Food processors, like this Pacific Coast Producers tomato plant in Woodland, are among the California businesses required to participate in the state’s cap-and-trade carbon program. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
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California’s cap-and-trade carbon program sputters again

August 23, 2016 12:16 PM

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