Linda Adams

Secretary for Environmental Protection at the California Environmental Protection Agency

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Secretary for Environmental Protection at the California Environmental Protection Agency

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California is the first state make plans to combat global warming with comprehensive reduction of greenhouse gases.  It won’t be easy.

State Blueprint To Fight Global Warming Meets Wide Approval

California is the first state make plans to combat global warming with comprehensive reduction of greenhouse gases.  It won’t be easy.

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