Other pages about the topic: Climate Commitment Act

43% of CCA investments are directed to overburdened communities, according to OFM estimates

The Climate Commitment Act (CCA) sets a declining cap on greenhouse gas emissions and requires the state’s largest emitters to purchase allowances for their planet-warming pollution. The law requires the Legislature to invest revenue from this cap-and-invest program to reduce emissions and create jobs, including in clean buildings, transportation, and improving community resiliency in the face of climate change.