Assembly Bill 1281 was unsuccessful passing out its house origin by the June 2 deadline and can be considered next in January 2018.

California’s state park system encompasses over 1.5 million acres, including 1,100 miles of coastline.  This bill would require the Department of Parks and Recreation to complete a study that includes recommendations for further action that may be necessary to address the impacts of climate change on the state parks system.  The findings of this study may help shape policies to protect our parks, and may also support a better understanding on the many ways in which the preservation and protection of state parks are helping climate-threatened species to survive, and can help offset Green House Gasses.

California State Parks Foundation

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