Event: California Natural and Working Lands - Webinar/Workshop
Date:Fri, May 18th 2018, 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:Online and at Rosenfeld Hearing Room, California Energy Commission (first floor), 1516 9th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Public Workshop for the California Natural and Working Lands Climate Change Implementation Plan
The California Natural Resources Agency, California Department of Food and Agriculture, California Environmental Protection Agency, California Air Resources Board, and Strategic Growth Council are jointly hosting a public workshop to discuss and solicit input on the development of the Natural and Working Lands Implementation Plan (Implementation Plan) and associated 2030 intervention-based goal for carbon sequestration.
DATE: Friday, May 18, 2018
TIME: 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
PLACE: Rosenfeld Hearing Room, California Energy Commission (first floor), 1516 9th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
A live webcast of the workshop will be available at:
The California 2030 Natural and Working Lands Climate Change Implementation Plan Concept Paper and a detailed agenda will be made available prior to the workshop through this listserv and at:
The workshop will include a presentation and moderated discussion to gather stakeholder input on the proposed outline and approach for development of the Implementation Plan and process for determining the 2030 intervention-based carbon sequestration goal for natural and working lands. A Concept Paper for the Implementation Plan will be released in advanced of the workshop, and will outline a proposal for information presented at the workshop. The Concept Paper will also detail how the plan will be used in relation to other tools such as the California Air Resources Board Natural and Working Lands Inventory and the California Natural and Working Lands Carbon Model.
The Concept Paper will provide an overview of:
- The directive to create an Implementation Plan as outlined in the 2017 Scoping Plan Update: The Strategy for Achieving California’s 2030 GHG Goal;
- The sector’s scope of conservation, restoration, and management activities that will be employed to sequester carbon on natural and working lands;
- The inputs to be used in setting a 2030 goal for natural and working lands;
- The process and proposed framework for developing, implementing, and tracking the Implementation Plan; and
- The proposed conservation, restoration, and management activities that will be employed through State-funded investments to sequester carbon on natural and working lands, and the California Natural Resources Agency, California Department of Food and Agriculture, and California Environmental Protection Agency programs that may contribute to these activities by 2030.