Earlier today, Next 10 released of the report titled "Right Type, Right Place." This report, a joint effort between the Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment (CLEE) at UC Berkeley School of Law and the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley, was prepared with the support of Next 10 to assess the environmental and economic impacts of housing production scenarios that could help meet the state’s proposed 2030 greenhouse gas reduction target under Senate Bill 32.
See below for some news roundup regarding this report:
- Capitol Weekly (Op-ed): ‘Infill development’ can help solve California’s housing crisis
- Los Angeles Times: What does California need to meet its climate-change goals? For starters, denser housing and less driving, report says
- Mercury News: How California can hit housing and greenhouse emission goals
- Sacramento Business Journal: Report: More infill housing would be good for environment and economic growth
- Curbed (Los Angeles): Study: Increased housing density helps combat climate change
- LA Daily News: Report advocates infill development to boost California’s housing supply
- KBPS: Increasing Density Could Lower California’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- Central Valley Business Times: PODCAST: Can California meet housing demand while hitting climate goals?
- Builder Magazine: Report: Infill is Key to California's Future
- Urbanize LA: The Intersection Between Housing Policy and California's Climate Goals
- San Francisco Business Journal: Report: More infill housing would be good for environment and economic growth