Climate change law to be discussed |

Climate change law to be discussed

Learn about California’s climate change law AB 32 from one of the people working most closely with the legislation – the chair of the California Air Resources Board.

Mary D. Nichols, appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2007, will give a public lecture in Nevada City at 6 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall.

While the legislation is under fire from Proposition 23 – a measure designed to suspend the law – co-organizer Robert Bergman said the talk is educational and will not be a debate.

“We cannot advocate and debate the merits of Prop. 23, but we can give you factual information and talk in great detail about what we are doing with AB 32,” organizers said.

Attendance is restricted to 100 people, and a handful of seat were left as of Thursday night. To RSVP, call Bergman at (530) 265-8831, or e-mail


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