Midwest States Climate Change Activities
Midwest Transportation Air Quality Summit
October 28, 2009


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Greenhouse Gas Emissions




                                                                             Center for Clima...
Center for Climate Strategies
(www.climatestrategies.us)      3
Source: Stern Review -   Center for Climate Strategies
                         (www.climatestrategies.us)      4
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                                                                            500
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Center for Climate Strategies
(www.climatestrategies.us)      6
Midwest States are Undertaking and Completing
 Climate and Energy Action Plans




Illinois Climate                       ...
States with Climate Action Plans
Completed or Underway




                     Center for Climate Strategies
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Multi-State Regional Efforts Increase
Information - Sharing and Policy Integration




                               Cent...
National Scale Up of State
Climate Plan Results




                   Center for Climate Strategies
                   (w...
State Policies Influence Federal Policies
More “pioneers” than “laboratories” -- where real policy gets hammered out


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State and Federal
Policy Integration

             State Policies
             & Measures




 Federal
 Cap &
 Trade


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Why Consensus-Based State
     Consensus-
Planning Processes?
 Portfolio approach vs. single-sector silos
 Facilitated sta...
Why Consensus-Based State
     Consensus-
Planning Processes?
         Processes?
 Political leadership and goal setting c...
Building Consensus
 Comprehensive
 Stepwise
 Fact based
 Transparent
 Inclusive
 Collaborative
 Consensus driven

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For Further Information:
 www.climatestrategies.us




 http://www.jfaucett.com/


 LemCCS@gmail.com

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Ladco Midwest States Climate Change Lem Final Presentation 10 23 09

  1. 1. Midwest States Climate Change Activities Midwest Transportation Air Quality Summit October 28, 2009 Lewison Lem Principal Consultant Center for Climate Strategies and Jack Faucett Associates
  2. 2. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Center for Climate Strategies U.S. Department of Energy, Marland, G., T.A. Boden, and R.J. Andres, 2007. (www.climatestrategies.us) 2
  3. 3. Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 3
  4. 4. Source: Stern Review - Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 4
  5. 5. 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 China Russia India Japan Germany Brazil Texas Canada United Kingdom Italy Mexico Korea (South) France Indonesia Australia Ukraine Iran California South Africa Spain US States: Poland Turkey Saudi Arabia Pennsylvania Ohio Argentina Pakistan Illinois Thailand Florida Indiana New York Venezuela Taiwan Louisiana Michigan Netherlands Nigeria Georgia Uzbekistan Egypt State/Nation North Carolina Kentucky Alabama Kazakhstan Colombia Missouri Malaysia Belgium Tennessee Virginia Czech Republic New Jersey Vietnam West Virginia Wisconsin Philippines Algeria Romania Minnesota 30 of Top 75 GHG Emitters Bangladesh Sudan Oklahoma (www.climatestrategies.us) Greece Data Source: CAIT 4.0, WRI, all gases/sources, year 2000, excl land use change Center for Climate Strategies United Arab Emirates Iowa Korea (North) Colorado Kansas Washington Iraq Arizona South Carolina Massachusetts Maryland 5
  6. 6. Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 6
  7. 7. Midwest States are Undertaking and Completing Climate and Energy Action Plans Illinois Climate Minnesota Iowa Climate Wisconsin Strategy Climate Change Advisory Change Advisory for Reducing Group Change Advisory Council Global Warming Group Kansas Energy and Environmental Policy Advisory Group Michigan Climate Action Council Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 7
  8. 8. States with Climate Action Plans Completed or Underway Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 8
  9. 9. Multi-State Regional Efforts Increase Information - Sharing and Policy Integration Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 9
  10. 10. National Scale Up of State Climate Plan Results Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 10
  11. 11. State Policies Influence Federal Policies More “pioneers” than “laboratories” -- where real policy gets hammered out Corresponding State Action When When Federal Action State Acid Rain Laws 1985 Federal Acid Rain Program 1990 State Air Toxics Laws 1987 Federal Air Toxics Program 1990 State NOx Trading 1995 Federal NOx SIP Call 2004 (OTC) State Mercury Laws 1998-2002 Federal CAMR Rule 2005 State RPS Laws 1997-2007 Federal RPS Law Introduced State “4-P” Laws for 1997-2002 Federal “4-P” Law Introduced Power Plants Federal GHG Law Statewide GHG 2003-2006 (McCain-Lieberman, Introduced Reduction Laws Carper) State GHG Reductions Federal Vehicle GHG 2002 ? from Vehicles Standards Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 11
  12. 12. State and Federal Policy Integration State Policies & Measures Federal Cap & Trade Federal Policies & Measures Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 12
  13. 13. Why Consensus-Based State Consensus- Planning Processes? Portfolio approach vs. single-sector silos Facilitated stakeholder process vs. traditional advocacy stand-offs The magic of group process (everyone gives when everyone is involved) Stakeholder relationships provide political support for implementation Multi-stage process – E.O.; leg/reg “waves” – build awareness, acceptance Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 13
  14. 14. Why Consensus-Based State Consensus- Planning Processes? Processes? Political leadership and goal setting clearly articulated from the top. Independent, up-to-date scientific information from experts outside of government and implementing agencies. Open process allows for best information and ‘buy-in’ among stakeholders in the process. State, region, and local areas act as ‘laboratories’ to allow for social learning across geography and time. Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 14
  15. 15. Building Consensus Comprehensive Stepwise Fact based Transparent Inclusive Collaborative Consensus driven Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 15
  16. 16. For Further Information: www.climatestrategies.us http://www.jfaucett.com/ LemCCS@gmail.com Center for Climate Strategies (www.climatestrategies.us) 16

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