Earlier this month, Premier Gordon Campbell and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger met in Los Angeles to discuss their respective climate change action plans. Speaking with The Vancouver Sun's Miro Cernetig, Premier Campbell said, "The governor was both well-informed about what B.C. is doing and I think very enthusiastic about formalizing a partnership with the province." Details of that partnership haven't been released. But it's our understanding California has offered to share its Climate Action Registry Reporting Online Tool (or CARROT) with the Campbell administration. CARROT is a software package that simplifies the task of inventorying and reporting greenhouse gas emissions.
March 26, 2007