The campaign is supporting the state as it defends its groundbreaking vehicle global warming law. The standards adopted in September 2004 meet the original legislation’s intent: to achieve the maximum feasible and cost-effective to the consumer reduction of greenhouse gases emitted by passenger vehicles. (AB 1493 – Pavley, 2002)
The California Clean Cars Campaign is neither a formal organization nor corporation. Each member organization has its own governing board and sets its own policies. Member groups do not pay to participate in the Campaign.
Learn more about each group and their global warming programs by clicking on the links below.
American Lung Association of California
California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV), and CLCV Education Fund
Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies (CEERT)
Coalition for Clean Air
Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation
National Parks Conservation Association, California Desert Program
Natural Resources Defense Council
Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles
Planning and Conservation League
Sierra Club California
Union of Concerned Scientists