Add it up and scenario S3 is serious business. We’re talking about a world where California gets more than 50 percent of its electricity from renewables in 2030 (up from 25 percent today), where zero-emissions vehicles are 25 percent of the fleet by 2035 (up from about 1 percent today), where high-speed rail is displacing car travel, where biodiesel has mostly replaced diesel in heavy-duty trucks, where pastures are getting converted to forests, where electricity replaces natural gas in heating, and on and on.I'm amazed that this made it through the legislature, but it did and that makes our job easier. Going forward we just have to support our existing laws.
Possible? Sure. Easy? Hardly. The level of effort is just orders of magnitude different from anything California has done so far.
Link: California is about to find out what a truly radical climate policy looks like