CAPS declares climate change to be the most serious threat to environmental balance that provides for the continued successful existence of humans on this planet. CAPS is committed to taking any and all steps necessary—by itself and in conjunction with others—to slow or reverse the deleterious effects of climate change. CAPS will urge that scientific work being done within state government to stem climate change should be expanded in a variety of ways. CAPS is committed to supporting any and all such efforts via legislation, executive order, administrative policy and public education.
CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL SCIENTISTS
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Sacramento, CA 95814
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@OEHHA scientists Lori Chumney, Bennett Lock, Tran Pham, and Tamara Kadir showed kids how to transform paper plates into decorative crowns and fans at today's CalEPA Earth Day/Take Your Children to Work Day.4
Furthering California’s climate leadership, Governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order to boost the number of zero-emission vehicles and charging and refueling stations in California. The Governor set a target of 5 million zero emission vehicles in t… https://t.co/Xa4N3mJs3O