Climate Change Alert: Three Recent Trial Court Decisions Differ On The Need To Address Climate Change Under CEQA

As lead agencies and project applicants struggle with how best to address climate change under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), a steady stream of trial court decisions may provide some guidance until appellate courts and the Office of Planning and research ("OPR") provide greater direction. Summarized below are three recent decisions that take different approaches.

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