Below are links to the fourth and fifth articles of a five-part series oon AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. The stories were published last year in the Long Beach Business Journal.
Global Warming Solutions Act, AB 32, Explained – Part Four: Measuring Carbon Emissions For Compliance Offset Program
Moving Forward: Global Warming Solutions Act, AB 32 – Part Five
Check this post for a list of parts one through three.
I also composed a follow-up piece for the December 4 edition of the Journal on the first carbon permit auction held by the California Air Resource Board in November 2012:
First Cap-And-Trade Allowance Auction Rakes In More Than $289 Million For State Coffers