Arnold Schwarzenegger may no longer be the governor of California, but the US' most populous state is still spearheading efforts against climate change.
On the heels climate concerns boosted by extreme summer temperatures and catastrophic wildfires, the California State Assembly reportedly passed legislation on August 28 that would make it the first large state to mandate completely carbon-free electricity generation, with a target of 2045.
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