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Historic $10 Billion California Climate Resilience Bond Proposal Aims to Protect Vulnerable Communities from Climate Change

A landmark $10 billion climate resilience bond is proposed for California’s November 2024 ballot, aiming to become the largest voter-approved climate investment in U.S. history. The bond focuses on protecting the state’s most vulnerable communities and natural resources from the impacts of climate change. With support from over 180 organizations, the initiative promises comprehensive solutions, including improved water quality, flood protection, wildfire resilience, and renewable energy projects. The urgency of this proposal is underscored by California’s increasing climate-related challenges and economic damages from extreme weather events.

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