PLACER COUNTY, Calif.— The Center for Biological Diversity approved a legal agreement yesterday that secures significant measures to reduce greenhouse gases from a Placer County development, as well as funding for electric vehicles, habitat acquisition and environmental conservation efforts in the county and elsewhere in California.

“This landmark agreement will cut the development’s greenhouse gas pollution and provide a host of resources to help Placer County’s residents and natural landscapes,” said Aruna Prabhala, director of the Center’s Urban Wildlands program. “We’ll keep advocating for the people and wildlife of this county by promoting equitable policies to combat the climate crisis and safeguard biological diversity.”

The agreement between the Center and Placer Ranch, Inc., the proponent of…

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