The Sierra Club filed a lawsuit in the California Superior Court for the County of San Diego July 20 challenging San Diego County’s approval of greenhouse gas review standards and a climate action plan. The suit alleges that on June 20, the county approved a standard of review for future development, applying to greenhouse gases, as well as a climate action plan, which it appended to the 2011 General Plan, that do not support achieving minimum climate stabilization requirements and were approved without substantial supporting evidence or public notification.
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Sierra Club sues San Diego over climate measures
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