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- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2015-01-14T17:36:42.000Z
The proposed rules will adopt federal rules into Oregon’s rules. The amendments will incorporate amended versions of previously adopted federal rules, and will also incorporate some federal rules for the first time. The purpose of these amendments is to align Oregon rules with federal rules and to enable Oregon to retain delegated federal authority to operate its Resource and Recovery Act hazardous waste program.
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2018-02-27T23:36:56.000Z
The Affordable Housing Inventory is a statewide resource for anyone seeking affordable housing information in Oregon. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is not the originator of this information. The inventory has been assembled from a variety of various industry databases that are intended to provide information on affordable and subsidized housing in Oregon. OHA makes no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy or effectiveness of the information in the housing inventory. OHA will continue to assess data quantity and quality, making corrections as needed or warranted. Information regarding changes to the information in this inventory may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Percent Eligible Foster Youth Graduating High School or GED and Percent Eligible Foster Youth in College Vocational Trainingdata.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2018-01-26T18:08:32.000Z
Percent of eligible foster youth enrolled in college and vocational training. Human Services Agency performance measure 7440P ID 547 (college and vocational training) and 7440P 548 (high school and GED)
- API data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2018-06-06T21:00:29.000Z
Data by city showing solid waste contribution to greenhouse gas emissions in the County. This data is part of the Regionally Integrated Climate Action Planning Suite (RICAPS) program. Each city in San Mateo County has the opportunity to develop its own Climate Action Plan (CAP) using tools developed by C/CAG in conjunction with DNV KEMA https://www.dnvgl.com/ and Hara. http://www.verisae.com/default.aspx. This project was funded by grants from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). Climate Action Plans developed from these tools will meet BAAQMD's California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines for a Qualified Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy. For more information, please see the RICAPS site: http://www.smcenergywatch.com/progress_report.html
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2016-04-09T00:26:59.000Z
Surface water toxicity data from the California Environmental Data Exchange Network (CEDEN). CEDEN is the California State Water Board's data system for surface water quality in California, and seeks to include all available statewide data (such as that produced by research and volunteer organizations). Data in CEDEN include field, sediment and water column data collected from freshwater, estuarine, and marine environments. Examples of data in CEDEN come from laboratory, physical and biological analyses and include data types associated with chemical, toxicological, field, bioassessment, invertebrate, fish, and bacteriological assay assessments.
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-16T19:45:15.000Z
Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42926 requires each State agency and large State facility to submit an Annual Waste Management Report to the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The report must summarize each agency’s diversion programs specific to their activities that are used to meet the 50 percent diversion of solid waste goal (as required by PRC Section 42921) for the previous calendar year. This data includes the diversion program activities within the annual reports for 2011-2014. More detailed historical data can be found at http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/State Agency/Reporting/ . In addition, the first half of the annual report that contains agency and facility information, including disposal data for each agency can be found in the associated dataset SARC Waste Disposal Data.
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-20T22:26:40.000Z
This data set lists sustainability metric data for state-owned buildings. These data are used to track state departments’ progress toward the goals mandated in Executive Order B-18-12. The metrics tracked in this set are total water use, total energy use, renewable energy generation and LEED certifications. The data set also includes building information for the 1722 buildings listed including, building name, address, total square footage and use type. These data are entered by property owners from each state department into the database Energy Star Portfolio Manager. Most data are obtained by property owner using the utility bill; however, some of the information is automatically fed into the database by the utility company.
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-13T00:29:20.000Z
The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) was established in 2012 by AB 1532, SB 535, and SB 1018. The GGRF receives Cap-and-Trade auction proceeds which are appropriated by the Legislature and Governor for projects that support the goals of AB 32. Eligible investments identified in Statute include reducing GHG emissions through increased in-state diversion of municipal solid waste from disposal through waste reduction, diversion, and reuse. CalRecycle established the GHG Reduction Grant and Loan Program to provide financial incentives for capital investments in composting/digestion infrastructure and recycling manufacturing facilities that will result in reduced greenhouse gas emissions. A priority is to realize environmental and economic benefits in disadvantaged communities. These grants will promote infrastructure development at facilities in California that achieve greenhouse gas emission reductions by diverting more materials from landfills and producing beneficial products. Grants are targeted to build or expand organics infrastructure, such as composting and digestion, or rescuing food to feed people. Other targeted activities include new or expanded infrastructure for manufacturing products with recycled content fiber, plastic, or glass.
- API greengov.data.ca.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-02T00:16:09.000Z
This dataset depicts California's 2015 protected lands as compiled by the GreenInfo Network. The California Protected Areas Database (CPAD) is a GIS inventory of all parks and other open space lands that are owned in fee by agencies or nongovernmental groups for the purpose of maintaining their use as open space resources. CPAD includes neighborhood parks, wildlife refuges, regional and county parks and preserves, some land trust holdings, and state and federal parks, trust lands and forests – over 950 agencies own the 49 million acres of land in the CPAD inventory. CPAD is maintained by GreenInfo Network, a nonprofit organization, and is the authoritative data set for all parks and other protected open space in California – however, CPAD is not a replacement for official data for any particular land-owning agency or organization. The key focus of CPAD is land owned for the purpose of permanent open space use – CPAD is not the same as “land use” data which often does not distinguish between open space owned by agencies and private land owners. More information at www.CALands.org
- API data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2017-09-27T23:49:05.000Z
Per capita waste disposal rates for cities, towns, and unicorporated areas in San Mateo County.