- Aug 9, 2022 3:19 pm GMT
The past is mostly known, but the future is generally unpredictable. The latter is true even under the best of circumstances, but our path recently has become increasingly unstable. This is primarily due to alterations in our environment caused by human-actions.
California is aggressively attempting to mitigate one of the alterations: climate change. Because our state’s goals are very audacious, any obstacles that appear in our path require us to adjust. Although we have met all major climate-related goals to date, as challenges appear, wise project/program managers will develop contingency plans, which is exactly what my state is doing. This paper will lay out the obstacles we have encountered in the last few years, and a few contingency plans that we have begun to define.
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