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ARB staff to hold workshop on rulemaking to link California and Québec Cap-and-Trade programs

The staff of the California Air Resources Board (ARB) will hold a public workshop on 9 April in Sacramento to discuss draft amendments to the Cap-and-Trade Regulation for linking the California program with Québec’s cap-and-trade program. The Board is slated to consider the targeted rulemaking in June.

On 3 February, staff held a workshop to initiate the rulemaking for amendments to the Cap-and-Trade Regulation (Regulation) to allow for the use of Québec-issued compliance instruments for meeting the compliance obligation by entities in California subject to the Regulation.

The April workshop is meant to provide an opportunity for staff to discuss the draft regulatory text and for stakeholders to ask questions or provide comments on the draft text. All interested stakeholders are invited to attend. The workshop will be webcast.




ARB will soon realize that the Quebec Cap and Trade Program are empty words to capture more essential votes for the coming election. No detailed regulations and applications exist or are intended in the foreseeable future.


They are more than just vote getters; they are money makers, like any good scam.

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