Additional information regarding the CEQA statute, the CEQA Guidelines, published court decisions involving CEQA, OPR�s technical advisories, and updates on addressing greenhouse gas emissions in CEQA documents can be found by following the links below.
The Natural Resources Agency, together with the California Environmental Resources Evaluation System (CERES), maintains updated links to the CEQA statute (contained in Public Resources Code Sections 21000 and following) and the CEQA Guidelines (contained in California Code of Regulations, Title 14, Sections 15000 and following).
OPR has developed amendments to the CEQA Guidelines, a Technical Advisory and other guidance addressing CEQA�s requirements for analyzing and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions.
The Governor�s Office of Planning and Research is pleased to solicit your input on proposed additions to the CEQA Guidelines developed pursuant to SB 226 (Simitian, 2011).
The Natural Resources Agency maintains an interactive summarizing the CEQA process.
For further information, see the Frequently Asked Questions link above.An EIR contains in-depth studies of potential impacts, measures to reduce or avoid those impacts, and an analysis of alternatives to the project.A key feature of the CEQA process is the opportunity for the public to review and provide input on both Negative Declarations and EIRs.You can reach the Clearinghouse via e-mail at , or by telephone at 916-445-0613.Note from Legal: AB 52 REGULATORY UPDATE The California Natural Resources Agency has finalized Appendix G for the AB 52, Gatto 2014 regulatory update.