A truck drives into the Valero Benicia Refinery on July 12 in Benicia. An extension to California’s cap-and-trade program – which puts a price on carbon emitted by polluters, including oil refineries – cleared the California Legislature on Monday night, sending the deal to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk.
A truck drives into the Valero Benicia Refinery on July 12 in Benicia. An extension to California’s cap-and-trade program – which puts a price on carbon emitted by polluters, including oil refineries – cleared the California Legislature on Monday night, sending the deal to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
A truck drives into the Valero Benicia Refinery on July 12 in Benicia. An extension to California’s cap-and-trade program – which puts a price on carbon emitted by polluters, including oil refineries – cleared the California Legislature on Monday night, sending the deal to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

Cap-and-trade lets businesses off the hook for their pollution

July 18, 2017 09:37 AM

UPDATED July 18, 2017 01:46 PM

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