Environmental brief ~ Schwarzenegger signs bill creating California's largest conservancy

In Thursday's environmental law news, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation today creating the Sierra Nevada Conservancy. It is California's largest at 25 million acres, and runs from the Oregon border to Kern County. The press release is here. He also signed legislation prohibiting cruise ships from incinerating trash or dumping graywater within three miles of the California coast. The bills are here (incineration) and here (graywater). Reuters has more.

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