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Water and Land Use

California is moving toward a more holistic approach to managing our water and land resources as the 21st century unfolds. This perspective recognizes the interconnectivity between two traditionally fragmented sectors.

Barriers to Low Impact Development

While many communities understand the benefits of Low Impact Development (LID), getting LID projects built has been difficult. In an effort to…

Ballot Box Planning and Growth Management

This guidebook addresses some of the issues that local governments and community activists need to consider when pursuing “ballot box zoning” or…

2007 Integrated Energy Policy Report

The California Energy Commission adopts an Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) every two years and an update every other year.  This web…