California is looking to pass a law that “requires metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to create and implement land use plans that use compact, coordinated, and efficient development patterns to reduce auto dependency could, if implemented wisely, help the state’s urban regions become more economically and environmentally sustainable, according to an analysis of the law released today by the Urban Land Institute (ULI).”
Cities have also created plans that have helped the environment. In 2002, the city of San Francisco passed a resolution to reduce the amount of emissions which was higher than the Kyoto Protocol had originally called for. The Climate Action Plan was focused on transportation, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and solid waste management as target areas.
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