Governor Jerry Brown to sign landmark climate agreement
Governor Jerry Brown will sign a landmark climate agreement with three West Coast governors and the Premier of British Columbia in San Francisco on Monday.
Brown's office hasn't released many details, only that he, the governors of Washington, Oregon and the Premier of British Columbia are set to meet in San Francisco for the announcement.
Just last week, Brown and seven other governors pledged to get more than 3 million zero-emission vehicles on roadways by 2025.
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