A speaker series at the University of California, Berkeley, in late Spring of 2009 explored Senate Bill 375, the state’s landmark climate control legislation’s critical connections to sustainable development and land-use planning.
The series was sponsored by the Center for a Sustainable California. It brought together local, regional and state decision-makers, scholars, researchers, environmentalists, non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders from the public sector.
Issues addressed included:
Integrated transportation and land-use modeling
SB 375: Will it work?
Sustainable growth and affordable housing
Best practices in local climate action plans
Local and regional planning challenges
A 27-minute video, titled “SB 375: Hearing from the Experts” provides highlights from the speaker series. They are embedded below. A DVD package of the entire 7-part series is available for purchase. Please contact us at email@example.com for details.
SB 375: Insights from the Experts—Part 1