After a series of lawsuits charged at the County’s 2018 Climate Action Plan, the Board of Supervisors voted to create a new plan. This is significant as the CAP will dictate development guidelines and provide the foundation from which other policies that impact businesses (including mobility decisions, transportation, infrastructure investments, and financial systems to pay for new programming) will be developed. The new plan is expected to take about two years to develop.
County of San Diego to Create a New Climate Action Plan
October 21, 2020