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Purchasing Offsets for CEQA Compliance

The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires new land developers in California to offset the emissions from new projects for a 30-year lifetime. The types of offsets that are eligible are specific to each jurisdiction within California, and clarity about qualifying offset types and locations is forthcoming in several locations like San Diego County. Join Anew for a webinar that combines legal, consulting, and offset expertise to provide viewers with a comprehensive view of CEQA offset eligibility, demand, supply, and experience to date.

John McDougal
Vice President of Environmental Products
Brian Schuster
Senior Consultant, Air Quality & Climate Change Expert
Environmental Science Associates
Linda Klein
Cox, Castle, & Nicolson
Michael Keinath
Principal and Air Quality Service Line Leader
Kristen Gorguinpour
Vice President
Programs at the Climate Action Reserve
Rajinder Sahota
Deputy Executive Officer for Climate Change and Research
CA Air Resources Board
Jennifer Reed
Air Quality Services Manager
Jan. 24, 2023
1:00 PM EST
Key Topics
California Environmental Quality Act
Carbon Offsets
carbon credits

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