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Your voice helped move California one step closer to a clean energy future.

SB 100 calls for California to move to 100% Carbon Free Electricity by 2045. Amid rising concerns about the impacts of climate change, the California Assembly voted to pass the bill in late August. Next, it moved on to the Senate before landing on the desk of Governor Jerry Brown, who added on an executive order establishing a new target to achieve carbon neutrality, also by 2045. Learn more about the background and implications of SB 100 in the following articles:

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Add your voice to support a clean energy future.

Click Here to Contact Assemblymember Limón Now.

We are excited to report that California is close to passing Senate Bill (SB) 100, which would require that 100% of the state’s electricity comes from carbon-free sources by 2045.

Last year, SB 100 was passed by the State Senate, and now it is before the State Assembly where a decision could be made anytime in the next few weeks.

California’s current policy requires that the state source 50% of our electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

SB 100 would be the next strong step in climate leadership, phasing out polluting energy sources.

Please join The Community Environmental Council in supporting SB 100, and tell our Assemblymember Monique Limon that you support a clean energy future.

Suggested talking points:

  • Explain why clean energy is important to you
  • State your support for SB 100
  • Thank Assemblymember Limón and the State of California for being environmental leaders

Take two minutes now to share your support.

Click Here to Contact Assemblymember Limón Now.

Want to know more? Read why CEC’s 2016 Earth Day Environmental Hero Bill McKibben says SB 100 is essential.

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Nicole Wald

Nicole Wald is a freelance writer and educator in Santa Barbara, CA with a passion for helping the planet. She supports CEC in developing content for social media, PR, marketing, and the annual Earth Day Festival. Part of this work includes gathering stories of people along the Central Coast who consciously take steps to reduce their carbon footprint.
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