I work in the environmental industry now and this article is just another round of misinformation nonsense spewing. Under CEQA now, in California, all major projects have to do climate impact analyses. Impacts have to be mitigated below a level of significance and that, more than anything, is driving utilities, public agencies, and companies to change their practices and it is reducing emissions. At the moment, my new office is now covering its parking lot with solar panels as part of this process. It really is working and Brown should be given credit for it, not raked over the proverbial coals. It's tiring to read these jaded half-baked articles written as if the only constraint in life is "selloutism," rather than you know, legitimate and real constraints.