Governor To Introduce New Clean Air Standards Today In Speech
San Francisco, CA — Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will announce a plan today that will make California the largest state in the nation to tackle global warming.
During the meeting of the first United Nations World Environmental Day Conference this afternoon, the governor will introduce a plan for reducing the state´s greenhouse gas emissions over the next five decades.
Schwarzenegger´s proposal for new clean air standards will put him at odds with the Bush administration, which has refused to ratify the landmark Kyoto Protocol on global warming.
The governor will make his announcement at 2:30 this afternoon at the United Nations World Environment Day Conference at San Francisco City Hall.